Italian Serie A champions Juventus are reportedly ready to offer two players in their bid to re-sign Manchester United talisman Paul Pogba.
This is according to the widespread reports emanating from the British media.
Juventus are said to be plotting a swap deal for former player Pogba.
The French World Cup winner spent four years at Juventus between 2012 and 2016 before returning to Premier League giants Manchester United in a then world-record deal of around £89m.
Paul Pogba joined the Old Lady from Manchester United on a free transfer in the summer of 2012 having come through the Red Devils’ Academy.
He has been linked with European sides like Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus for the better part of last year.
Juventus want him to return to Turin and they are ready to offer both Paulo Dybala and Alex Sandro in the bid to achieve that target.
Both Dybala and Brazilian left-back Alex Sandro are long-term transfer targets of Manchester United though the former has disclosed that he won’t leave Juventus this summer contrary to widespread reports.
The Argentine international told Sky Sports Italia about his intention to stay with Juventus while reacting to an earlier interview from his brother Gustavo Dybala who suggested that Paulo Dybala is most likely to leave the club this summer.