Paul Pogba's future seems to be further away from Manchester United, and Real Madrid might not be the only team interested in the player's services.
The French midfielder has only been able to play seven games this season, and with one year left in his deal with the Red Devils, European titans will try to lure him away from Old Trafford.
The latest transfer rumor published by Tuttosport suggests that Pogba could be on his way back to Allianz Stadium, with Juventus plotting a swap deal to hire the Frenchman one more time.
The Italian publication suggests that Juve will offer either Miralem Pjanic or Paulo Dybala as part of the deal, which would also include a $66M payment.
Dybala has played 31 games in all comps for the bianconeri, scoring 10 goals during the season, but the latest news related to him have to do with his positive diagnosis for coronavirus. On the other hand, Pjanic has played 29 times for the bianconeri in this campaign, scoring three goals in the process. This is the third time in which the 29-year-old has been linked to Manchester United.
Juventus will have to fight for Pogba's transfer with Real Madrid, who are believed to be interested in the footballer as a direct request by Zinedine Zidane. Even so, all negotiations will most likely be postponed until the end of the season, which will be delayed due to the ongoing pause caused by the coronavirus pandemic.