Juventus to sign Paul Pogba in January?
Juventus could attempt to re-sign midfielder Paul Pogba from Manchester United when the transfer window reopens next week.
Pogba's future has been a regular topic of discussion and of late, he has been in and out of the starting lineup for the Red Devils.
His current deal expires in 18 months' time and it appears unlikely that he will renew his deal with the Premier League giants.
Hence, he has been linked with a possible return to Turin, where he built his reputation with Juventus between 2012 and 2016.
According to Eurosport, the Bianconeri are keen to avoid a bidding battle with Real Madrid next summer and will attempt to land Pogba next month.
They are willing to pay £50m for the World Cup winner and would be prepared to include either Paulo Dybala or Federico Bernardeschi as makeweights to sweeten the deal.
Pogba was an unused substitute against Leeds United last weekend and he played just over 30 minutes of the recent 2-2 draw at Leicester City.
It is quite clear that he is no longer a guaranteed starter for the club and a winter departure could realistically be on the cards.