Serie A giants weighing up winter move for Paul Pogba
Serie A holders Juventus are reportedly considering a winter approach to acquire the signature of midfielder Paul Pogba from Manchester United.
Pogba has endured mixed campaign with the Red Devils since returning from the World Cup and this has generated doubts regarding his future amid his fragile relationship with manager Jose Mourinho.
According to Calciomercato, the Bianconeri are closely monitoring of their former midfielder and they could be prepared to test United with an offer when the transfer window reopens in January.
United are currently said to want at least £200m to even consider the potential sale and it remains to be seen whether they are prepared to pay nearly twice of the club-record package for Cristiano Ronaldo last summer.
Aside from Pogba, the Turin giants are also weighing up a move for Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey whom they plan to lure to the Serie A on a pre-contract agreement with his Gunners deal expiring in nine months' time.
Pogba contributed an assist in United's recent 3-2 comeback win over Newcastle United while Ramsey performed better with a goal and an assist from the bench in Arsenal's comfortable 5-1 triumph at Fulham.