Serie A giants Juventus have been advised to seel two players if they are to get funds to purchase midfielder Paul Pogba from Manchester United.
Juve is looking to reunite with Pogba and according to the club’s great Alessio Tacchinardi, the club should sell Adrien Rabiot and Aaron Ramsey to fund the move.
Speaking to TuttoSport on Saturday, Alessio said: “In order to get Pogba back, I would let Rabiot and Ramsey go, even if the Welshman did show a few signs of life in the last few games."
The duo of Ramsey and Rabiot joined Juventus last summer on free transfers after their deals with PSG and Arsenal respectively expired but both have struggled to cement a starting place under manager Maurizio Sarri’s team.
Rabiot is said to be the most likely to leave with the club said not to be impressed by his attitude with the player already looking for suitors barely a season after moving to the Serie A.
The France World Cup winner has been linked with a return to Turin since leaving to join United, with Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain also said to be keen on his services.
United are playing hardball with the player meaning he won't go for a cheap fee if he is to move but running down his contract too might see United allow him to leave for free.