As per reports going on in the media, clubs are looking to offer top quality stars to lure Paul Pogba from Manchester United.
An hour back, we covered a report from Spain (via Marca) claiming that Real Madrid are eager to offer Bale to United to hire the services of Pogba, who wants to leave Old Trafford this summer.
In Italy, Juventus are in the lime light again. According to La Gazzetta Dello Sport’s Nicolo Schira, the Old Lady have insisted Mino Raiola to bring his client (Pogba) back to Turin.
Transfer: Man Utd seem favourites, would be ready to offer £36million to secure signing
The renowned Italian journalist has claimed that Bianconeri’s sporting director, Fabio Paratici, is ready to offer Man United cash worth 60-70 million euros and Argentine star Paulo Dybala to re-sign Pogba. However, the PL giants are demanding 150 million euros for their record signing.
As far as Pogba’s choice is concerned, Calcio Mercato exclusively revealed yesterday that the Les Bleus midfielder has told Paratici and Raiola that he would like to return to the Serie A champions.
Last year, Juventus lured German midfielder Emre Can on a free transfer after he left Liverpool. This year, they have already signed two midfielders for free in the form of Aaron Ramsey (Arsenal) and Adrien Rabiot (PSG).
Moreover, the Italian giants also have Bentacur, Pjanic and World Cup winning stars like Khedira and Matuidi in the center of the park. So, they already have quality and depth in their midfield. Do they really need Pogba?
For United’s attack, signing Dybala, who is in his peak years, is better than luring Bale, who is injury prone and will turn 30 this month.
Over the years, the La Albiceleste star has proved to be one of the best playmakers in the Italian league and he can effectively play anywhere in the attacking third (RW, LW, AM, SS, CF).
In the last campaign, the 25-year-old started 32 games in all competitions for the Italian giants and directly contributed in 15 goals (10 goals and 5 assists).
Dybala’s current contract with the Old Lady will expire in three years and back in May, Calcio Mercato reported that he is valued at just over 100 million euros (£90million).
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