Fabio Paratici has arrived in England as the Juventus sporting director looks to conclude business deals with the likes of Manchester United and Chelsea.

Things are really heating up in the transfer market for Juventus. The reigning Italian champions are desperate to conquer Europe as quickly as possible. And the club is now on the verge of replacing Massimiliano Allegri at the helm.

As reported by the Daily Star, Juventus sporting director, Fabio Paritici is in England to discuss major deals with Chelsea and the Red Devils.

Chelsea manager, Maurizio Sarri has been hotly linked with a move to the Turin giants. After a great end to his first season in English football, the former Napoli manager is keen to make a swift return to Italy. Juventus are also keen on bringing the former banker to Turin.

Juventus are looking to finalize a deal with Chelsea but hope that they won’t have to pay any compensation to the Londoners. However, this isn’t the only bit of business that Paratici did in England.

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The Juventus supremo also held a meeting with the top management of Manchester United. The Old Lady is keen on bringing Paul Pogba back to the club. The France international has become unsettled at Old Trafford and is looking for a way out.

The player’s agent, Mino Raiola has already started offering his client all over Europe. However, Paritici is keen on signing Pogba if the Red Devils decide to cash in on their biggest acquisition in the last three years.

A substantial offer will convince Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side to allow the Frenchman to leave the club for the second time.

And former defender, Patrice Evra believes that it could be the time for Pogba to leave England.

“I think (Pogba) will leave, because you need to feel the love when you play somewhere, you need to be committed,” Evra told Sky Sports.


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