Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba is in the sights of his former club Juventus according to the publication from the stables of popular Italian media outlet Tuttosport.
It was revealed that Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici and manager Maurizio Sarri are not opposed to the idea of Paul Pogba returning to the club with the Italians hoping to refresh their midfield options in the New Year.
Emre Can has been told that he has no future at Juventus and that was highlighted by the omission of the German international midfielder from the Champions League earlier this year.
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Also, midfielders Sami Khedira and Blaise Matuidi are nearing the end of their respective contracts.
Their Juventus contracts will end at the conclusion of the current season.
Juventus would be willing to offer Emre Can in a swap deal for Paul Pogba but the German international player and former Liverpool star does not excite Manchester United as opposed to earlier media reports.
Paul Pogba wants to leave Manchester United having grown frustrated with the club’s lack of direction.
He recently returned to the Manchester United squad for the Watford game after three months out as a result of a troublesome ankle problem.
Pogba played 26 minutes of the Watford clash at the weekend.