Pog-back? Juventus to check Manchester United’s Paul Pogba resolve by providing TWO gamers in potential swap deal – reviews — RT Sport Information
Wantaway World Cup winner Paul Pogba could be poised to return to Turin after reports that Juventus are looking to offer Manchester United a player and cash deal that Old Trafford Club cannot refuse.
After Juventus’ bottom line hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic (not to mention Cristiano Ronaldo’s gigantic annual salary), the team that have dominated Serie A for the past decade must adjust their transfer strategy in attempts to get Pogba back to Italy Curls.
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Pogba, who joined United from Juventus in 2016 to pay a world-record fee, has largely missed his staggering transfer fee and was the source of the club’s recent rancor based on comments from the player’s agent, Mino Raiola. made recently in which he suggested that Pogba was unhappy in Manchester and was fishing after moving.
However, with their coffers much emptier than they have been in recent years, Juventus have tried to find another route to Pogba’s return to Turin – reportedly by offering Manchester United TWO of their players in exchange.
These players are the Argentinian striker Paulo Dybala and the Italian international Federico Bernardeschi. Two players who struggled under new boss Andrea Pirlo have been reported as potential novelties by ESPN.
It is unlikely that anything special will happen in the January transfer window, however, but next summer seems more attractive to Juve – this is the last opportunity for Manchester United to generate some cash for a player whose contract expires in 2022.
It remains to be seen whether the potential deal is attractive to a Manchester United hierarchy that seems certain the writing is on the wall when it comes to Pogba’s future with the club.
United are known as admirers of Dybala and have made strides in the past to lure him to Old Trafford – and are encouraged by Dybala’s recent outspoken comments to the media criticizing the club’s contract negotiations with him.
“My agent was in Turin for a long time and the club never called. I am disappointed when I talk about invested financial figures,” Dybala recently told Sky Italia.
“It would be better if the truth could be told because if I talk about these aspects during this time, the fans will play against me.”
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However, United and its Vice Chairman, Ed Woodward, will almost certainly be unwilling to enter into deals that do not meet their standards – given what Raiola said they have found themselves in an unenviable bargaining position.
In both cases, however, it seems increasingly certain that the curtain will be drawn on Paul Pogba’s second visit to Old Trafford.