To land the signature of Paul Pogba, Juventus have been urged by club legend Alessio Tacchinardi to sell Aaron Ramsey and Adrien Rabiot.
It’s no secret that Juventus want Paul Pogba back at Turin but just what length would they have to go to make that a reality.
There have been indications the Red Devils would only consider amounts close to the then world-record £89m fee they signed the Frenchman back in 2016.
Much recently, there have been rumors Juventus could consider offering United some players in an attempt to get them to sell.
Former Juve star Alessio Tacchinardi weighed in on the Pogba saga and gave an advice on what Juventus should do in order to secure his transfer.
“In order to get Pogba back, I would let Rabiot and Ramsey go, even if the Welshman did show a few signs of life in the last few games,” said Tacchinardi as per Tuttosport newspaper h/t by Football-Italia.
Another transfer target for Juventus is Fiorentina’s Ferico Chiesa. Tacchinardi added on who he’ll rather sign instead of the 22-year-old.
“I’d rather get Sandro Tonali, who is a rough diamond that Juve can really polish by playing him straight away. Gaetano Castrovilli reminds me of Claudio Marchisio.”
Still on the Pogba-Juventus links, a Bianconeri star in Dybala recently fueled rumors after admitting he wants to play alongside his former team-mate once again.