Juventus plot player-exchange to re-sign Paul Pogba: report

by Marwan Harraz

Juventus are reportedly planning on offering Manchester United a player-exchange deal in order to re-sign their former star Paul Pogba.

The Frenchman has been heavily linked with a move to Real Madrid with Barcelona also entering the race fairly recently.

It appears the Italian giant also wants to add the midfielder to their ranks in order to properly challenge for the Champions league after this season’s disappointments.

Pogba’s valuation though seems to be too big of a problem with all three clubs having to conjure up ways to afford him.

Madrid are said to be planning on offloading Gareth Bale while Barcelona will do the same with Philippe Coutinho but perhaps Juventus’ plot will work best.

According to the Express, Juventus will offer Paulo Dybala and Alex Sandro in exchange of Paul in order to beat Real Madrid to his highly sought after signature.

Manchester United have been chasing the duo’s signatures for a few season now if reports are to be believed so it may be too tempting for them to refuse.

After all, it’s believed that Pogba wants out of Old Trafford which means this could be the best deal for them on offer.

Should they receive straight cash then any player they go on to attempt to sign will be overly expensive as Barcelona experienced with the Neymar and Philippe Coutinho deals.

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