Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has had a torrid time at the club since his return from Italian Serie A champions Juventus in 2016 and the Frenchman is said to be keen to secure a transfer away from Old Trafford.
Italian Serie A giants Inter Milan are the latest club to be linked with the 25-year-old ahead of the upcoming winter transfer window.
Reports claim that incoming Inter CEO (Chief Executive Officer) Beppe Marotta is interested in a move for Pogba and that he will use his close ties with his agent Mino Raiola to swing the chase for the Frenchman in the favour of the Nerazurri.
Marotta is no stranger to Paul Pogba having been a director at Juventus until recently when he quit his post for the new appointment as the Inter Milan CEO.
According to the publication from the Daily Mirror, Inter Milan are strongly interested in a swap deal in a bid to get Pogba.
The 2010 Champions League winners are keen to offer two Manchester United transfer targets to sign the Red Devils Academy graduate.
It was revealed that Inter Milan will offer the duo of Ivan Perisic and Milan Skriniar in exchange for the controversial Paul Pogba in a deal worth £200m.