The former is already in Turin to talk over a season-long loan deal, which will have the option of becoming permanent next summer. The Colombia international has been an unqualified failure since his arrival last January, not managing a single goal or assist.
Meanwhile, Oscar plays a far more important role for the Blues, but they are willing to let him go in order to get Pogba at the club. The Stamford Bridge outfit rate the player at £26 million, and will take a significant chunk off the £60 million that they are willing to pay for the Old Lady’s star player.
Pogba has gone on to become one of the most highly-rated youngsters on the continent since being allowed to leave Manchester United for free back in 2012. Last season he played a key part as the Bianconeri managed to win the Coppa Italia and Serie A, as well as get to the final of the Champions League.