Italian Serie A champions Juventus have reportedly agreed to personal terms with one of their former players thereby moving a step closer to sealing a sensational return for him.
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba was previously on the books of Juventus for four years (between 2012 and 2016) and the Italians are said to be keen on re-signing him.
According to popular Italian transfer news portal Corriere dello Sport, French World Cup winner Pogba has agreed to personal terms with Juventus whom he left for Premier League giants Manchester United in 2016 for a then world-record transfer fee of £89m (€100m).
It was also revealed that Juventus want to sell four players so as to raise funds for his transfer.
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Manchester United have already slapped an asking price of €160m on Pogba and Juventus want to meet up with the financial demands of a possible transfer by selling the quarter of Joao Cancelo, Mattia Perin, Mario Mandzukic and Juan Cuadrado.
Portuguese right-back is closing in on a move to the Premier League with champions Manchester City while Italian goalkeeper could also follow him out of the club in search of first team minutes having played second fiddle to Wojciech Szczesny for the majority of the just-concluded campaign.
Croatian international Mandzukic is expected to leave this summer despite signing a new contract in April partly because of the exit of Maximiliano Allegri while bit-part player and Colombian international Juan Cuadrado might also leave Turin in search of greener pastures.