Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba is currently out on holiday but he still remains one of the most talked about players.

Paul Pogba has had a really torrid time at Old Trafford ever since his return back to England and now reports are ripe that Juventus want to bring him back for the upcoming season.

Juve are desperate to sign the Frenchman and are willing to pay a staggering fee in order to acquire his services this transfer window.

While United have not outrightly claimed that they are ready to part ways with Paul Pogba this summer but experts claim the Red Devils would sanction a transfer if they can recover the transfer fee that they had paid for the midfielder.

Paying such a substantial transfer fee might not be a concern for the Turin based outfit but they are certainly trying to find ways to reduce the amount.

And now fresh reports are claiming that Juventus are planning to make Man United a really lucrative offer in order to secure the transfer of Paul Pogba.

The Metro reported: “La Gazzetta dello Sport claim Juventus first have to raise the cash to bid for Pogba, but are ready to include a player as a makeweight.

“Juventus believe there are strong candidates in their squad that would appeal to United and will offer the Red Devils the pick of Blaise Matuidi, Alex Sandro and Paulo Dybala.

“Sandro and Dybala have heavily been linked with a switch to Old Trafford in recent years, with Jose Mourinho failing in a bid to sign Sandro during his tenure.”

Sandro was pretty close to joining Man United last year while Dybala too has been on Man United’s radar in the past.

But Luke Shaw has done pretty well for United last season meaning it would be a waste to bring in Alex Sandro in exchange for Paul Pogba.

Paulo Dybala though plays a very similar role to the Frenchman and Solskajer can seriously put the Argentinian to good use if Juventus are actually serious about sending him to Manchester in return for Paul Pogba.

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