Paul Pogba could be set for a move away from Old Trafford this summer with reports claiming that Juventus have offered the Red Devils Paulo Dybala plus cash.
As days go by, it seems more and more clear that Manchester United are not going to give up on retaining Paul Pogba this summer. The France international has already stated his desire to seek a new challenge. However, the Red Devils are not going to allow their marquee signing to leave.
Just three years after returning to England, Pogba has been linked with a move back to Juventus. The unsettled midfielder is reportedly eager to leave for Turin but the United hierarchy is not keen on letting their star man leave. Indeed it would be quite an embarrassment if the Frenchman were to leave again.
However, Nicolo Schira claims that Juventus are willing to offer the Red Devils €70 million Euros plus Paulo Dybala in a bid to soften the blow.
“Juventus insist with Mino Raiola to return Paul Pogba,” Schira tweeted.
“Paratici is ready to offer money (€60-70M) plus Paulo Dybala for him, but Manchester United want €150M.
“Meanwhile Real Madrid and Zidane are in race for Pogba and want to close. #transfers #MUFC #mutd”
#Juventus insist with Mino #Raiola to return Paul #Pogba. Paratici is ready to offer money (€60-70M) plus Paulo #Dybala for him, but #ManchesterUnited want €150M. Meanwhile #RealMadrid and Zidane are in race for Pogba and want to close. #transfers #MUFC #mutd
— Nicolò Schira (@NicoSchira) July 3, 2019
It remains to be seen how things are going to unfold considering that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is eager to change things at the club. While he had a great start under the Norwegian, Pogba’s form tailed off at the business end of the league.
Manchester United failed to qualify for the Champions League which meant that every player was going to take a paycut for next season.
Paulo Dybala on the other hand, isn’t too keen on playing at Juventus any longer. The Argentine international has found it hard to outshine Cristiano Ronaldo and would be considering a switch in order to rejuvenate his career.