Serie A giants Juventus will be resigning Paul Pogba from Manchester United in the summer.
The French midfielder has his contract at Old Trafford ending next month and hence will be moving to the Italian capital as a free transfer having failed to agree to a new deal said to have been offered by the Premier League giants.
According to Foot Mercato, Juventus will be moving to Turin as the management at Paris Saint-Germain, who were also interested in the player, are split over his potential arrival.
Should he sign, Pogba will be in his second stint at Juventus having been with the club between 2012 and 2016. Despite being offered a three-year deal, the player wants to be handed another year.
Paul Pogba’s agent will be in Turin on Monday to meet with Juventus, per @DiMarzio. Salary still the main issue for potential comeback, while Pogba is exploring options. 🇫🇷 #Juventus— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) May 14, 2022
Paris Saint-Germain are also in talks with Pogba agents - while Paul is NOT tempted by Man City. pic.twitter.com/DGGXLfzh93
According to the reports, PSG sporting director Leonardo is also pushing to sign the Frenchman, but club president Nasser Al-Khelaifi is not as convinced about his arrival as they are currently focussing on retaining Kylian Mbappe.