English giants Manchester United have been advised to include midfielder Aaron Ramsey in the Paul Pogba deal if the Frenchman is to return to Juventus in the summer.
The thought of the switch was suggested by Arsenal legend Ray Parlour who suggested that it was time United get rid of Pogba due to his lack of commitment to the club.
Speaking to talk SPORT, the former Arsenal midfielder said: “I imagine Paul Pogba will move on. Man United have got to get the best deal for the club and replace him and use that money to bring someone else in who is hungrier and wants to play for the club.
“We all know Pogba is a talented player and he’s won the World Cup, but he just hasn’t done it in a Man United shirt. ‘It just hasn’t worked out for him and I think Man United have just got to say, ‘okay he’s a talented player but we haven’t got the best out of him’-so let him move on and give someone else a go.
“Aaron Ramsey could be on his way again after just one year at Juventus would that be a good swap deal? He’s a super player. There’ll be a lot of clubs interested in him.”
Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola revealed on Thursday that Pogba wouldn’t mind going back to Italy in the summer, where he feels at home with reports indicating that United will accept no less than £83m for the World Cup Winner, which could put off potential suitors Juve and Real Madrid.