JUVENTUS are reportedly keen on bringing Paul Pogba back to Italy as his Man Utd future continues to hang in the balance but will only make a move if the player is affordable.
Juventus are waiting to see how much Manchester United will demand for Paul Pogba before deciding whether or not to pursue the midfielder.
The Italian side are heavily linked with the Frenchman, who previously spent four years in Turin.
Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola sensationally declared the player’s time at Old Trafford “over” and has already named Juventus as a possible desination.
United have the World Cup winner under contract until 2022 meaning they will have to make a tough decision this summer.
Juventus will consider bringing Pogba back to the Allianz Stadium at the end of the season should the Red Devils’ valuation be reasonable, reports Calcio Mercato.
If the Premier League outfit’s demands prove to be beyond them then the Italians will eye Lyon’s Houssem Aouar.
Pogba has performed impressively since Raiola’s declaration in December, but his future remains uncertain.
His brother, Mathias Pogba, who plays for Racing Murcia in Spain, has already warned the Red Devils that they should sell up.
“He is happy. He is improving his game,” he told El Chiringuito.
“He has a year left on his contract. I don’t know [if he will stay until then]. I can’t help you right now.
“The only thing I can say is if United want money, they have to sell him now. That’s the only thing I can say. If not, he’ll go for free.
“I haven’t heard anything about him renewing his contract.”