Italian Serie A champions Juventus are preparing a tempting swap deal for Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba according to the latest news coming out of the media in Italy.
Juventus want to re-sign Pogba this summer three years after he left the club to return to England.
The Italians have concluded plans to offer a swap deal for French World Cup winner Pogba.
According to trusted Italian journalist Nicolo Schira, Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici wants to offer €70m (£62m) and petite forward Paolo Dybala for Paul Pogba.
The journalist also revealed that Manchester United prefer a straight cash deal of €150m for Paul Pogba who spent four years at Juventus between 2012 and 2016.
Nicolo Schira went on to say that Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid and manager Zinedine Zidane retain an interest in the aforementioned French midfielder.
Paul Pogba left Manchester United for Juventus on a free transfer though the Old Lady paid compensation since they signed the Manchester United Academy graduate as a teenager.
Pogba won four successive league titles for Juventus during his time at the club in addition to teaching the Champions League final in 2015 before they were beaten by Spanish champions Barcelona 3-1 in their final clash.