Juventus Set To Offer £125 Million, Including Two Players For Paul Pogba
Juventus are reportedly set to offer Manchester United a £125 million package deal for Paul Pogba - which will include Aaron Ramsey and Adrien Rabiot.
Gazzetta dello Sport per Daily Mail are reporting the Serie A outfit have a strategy to lure the Frenchman back to Turin.
The deal worth £125 million will reportedly include his wages as well as Ramsey and Rabiot moving to Old Trafford.
The duo joined Juve from Arsenal and PSG respectively in the summer but have found playing time limited at the Allianz Stadium.
Ramsey has been plagued with injuries while Rabiot has been limited to ten starts.
United are short of quality in midfield and are likely to address the issues in the summer transfer market anyway.
English duo Jack Grealish and James Maddison top their wishlist while Bruno Fernandes completed his long-awaited move in January.
Tuttosport have claimed that Pogba would favour a return to his former club with agent Mino Raiola on a 'collision course' with United.
'He'd like to return, as Italy is like a second home for him. I talk about many things with Nedved: yes, including Paul,' he said after Juve's 1-1 draw with AC Milan on Thursday.
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'The cost of the operation, competition from Real Madrid, PSG and Bayern.
'Paul wants to play at the best level but he can't escape by Manchester United if they are in a difficult situation.'
United reportedly want £100 million for the World Cup winner who they spent £89 million on in 2016.
Pogba has been limited to eight appearances for the 'Red Devils' this season due to numerous injury issues.
He's not played since featuring in the second half against Newcastle United on Boxing Day.
Sky Sports' Kaveh Solhekol revealed last week that Pogba joined United on a 'false prospectus'.
"The move has not worked out and he believes he joined United under a false prospectus," Solhekol said.
"He was supposed to be part of a new side who were going to be winning titles again and challenging for the Champions League.
"In reality, at club level, winning the League Cup and the Europa League was as good as it got.
"The bottom line is he thinks he can do better than Manchester United and when that happens it is time to move on."
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