Italian Serie A champions Juventus have reportedly asked for help from sportswear manufacturing giants Adidas in their quest to re-sign Paul Pogba from Premier League giants Manchester United.
This is according to the report from Italian news portal Corriere dello Sport which revealed that Juventus are prepared to do everything possible to re-sign the French World Cup winner this summer.
Paul Pogba is one of the top players on the books of Adidas.
Juventus are hoping the sportswear manufacturing giants will support their bid to sign Pogba from Manchester United this summer.
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The Italians are trying to sign Paul Pogba three years after he left the club for Manchester United in a then world-record deal believed to be around £89m.
He had earlier joined the Old Lady on a free transfer from Manchester United in 2012 though Juventus had to pay compensation for him since he came through the ranks at Old Trafford.
Pogba left a positive cum lasting impression at Juventus during his four years at the club.
The Frenchman helped Juventus to win four straight League titles as well as the reach the 2015 Champions League final which they lost to Spanish champions Barcelona in the final via a 3-1 defeat.