Juventus are reportedly preparing a bid of around £120million as they try to seal the transfer of Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba.
The France international is unsettled at Old Trafford at the moment after a summer of speculation over his future, with his agent Mino Raiola fuelling that.
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The Times claim Juve are lining up this huge offer for Pogba, with Raiola quoted in the piece as saying his client is in the process of getting himself a move away from Man Utd.
Pogba is said to be being targeted by Juventus as they look to grow and put together a squad capable of winning the Champions League.
Some United fans might laugh at the thought of that, with the 26-year-old almost doing more harm than good to their club’s hopes during a hugely inconsistent three years in Manchester.
Pogba was, however, world class during his first spell in Serie A and may well benefit from a different set-up to the one he’s found himself in at United.
The Red Devils have generally been poor in a number of areas in recent years, and this won’t have helped Pogba, good a player as he is, to settle.