Juventus have reportedly opened negotiations with Mino Raiola as the Old Lady look to re-sign Paul Pogba.
The Italian side sold the midfielder back to Manchester United back in 2016 for a fee of £89 million and now the French World Cup winner is keen on a return to his former team.
Things simply have not gone to plan for Pogba at club level in the latest years and his super-agent Raiola is desperate to end his time at United as early as January.
The 53-year-old Italo-Dutch, who also represents Matthijs de Ligt, Erling Haaland and Zlatan Ibrahimovic, claimed last week that Pogba’s Old Trafford career was over.
In an explosive interview with Tuttosport, who also told the United board to sell Pogba when the transfer market reopens because his client is unhappy in Manchester.
Pogba has flirted with the idea of departing Old Trafford on several occasions but United weren’t willing to consider a sale.
Now that could be about to change, in spite of the club triggering an automatic one-year extension in Paul’s contract back in October.
According to Italian journalist Carlo Garganese, Bianconeri have opened talks with Mino to re-sign the 27-year-old.
The France international is Juve’s No.1 target for 2021 and the Serie A giants have been interested in bringing him back to the club for several years.
The report on the Italian Football Podcast also claims that a deal next summer is more likely but a move next month is still possible.