Paul Pogba could return to Juventus, according to his agent Mino Raiola, and he adds that 'it depends on the club's ambitions.'
Pogba's contract expires in the summer, meaning he may sign a pre-contract deal with any other club starting in January, thereby making him a free agent at the end of the season.
Raiola has stated that he could return to Juventus in the summer after maintaining strong relations with the club and many of his former teammates.
“Paul Pogba is out of contract in June, so we’ll talk with Man Utd and we’ll see what happens,” Raiola said as quoted by Fabrizio Romano.
“Paul still loves Turin. There’s a chance that Pogba will return to Juventus, yes, but it also depends on Juventus plans.”
Pogba joined Juventus as a free agent in the summer of 2012, and after four seasons at Turin, the Frenchman returned to Manchester United in a €100 million signing in 2016.
Several prominent clubs, notably Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain, have been linked with a summer transfer for the French international.
Raiola has a good relationship with Juventus, as the Bianconeri recently signed his client Moise Kean from Everton, and Matthijs de Ligt is also one of the agent's clients.
It's unclear whether Juventus will be able to sign Pogba, given that the club is seeking to reduce its pay bill and is willing to offer any new player a maximum of €9-10 million per year after taxes.