- Jose Mourinho has told Juventus they can sign Pogba during the next transfer window
- He said the only way the deal will be possible is if they allow Paulo Dybala join the Red Devils
- Meanwhile, United chiefs are not ready to let go of the Russia 2018 World Cup star
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is reportedly ready to sell Paul Pogba against the wish of the club's owners.
The Red Devils re-signed the World Cup winning superstar in the summer of 2016 in the club's record fee of about £89 million from Juventus.
However, the Frenchman is yet to fulfill his potentials at Old Trafford as they are currently struggling in the middle of the Premier League table.
Mourinho's men got their 2018-19 campaign off to a flying start after beating Leicester 2-1 on opening day, but lost their second and third games to Brighton and Tottenham.
Their 2-0 victory over Burnley was a sigh a relief for the former Chelsea boss who has been tipped as the first manager to be sacked this season.
Man United earlier this summer turned down a bid from Barcelona to sign the former Juventus star, after the midfielder caught the eye of the Catalan giants at the World Cup.
But reports filtering the media space in Italy claims Mourinho would apparently be prepared to part ways with Pogba - though, one pretty big condition would have to be met first.
The former Real Madrid will however, allow Pogba join Juve only if they agree to let Paulo Dybala join United.
Mourinho will be hoping to take advantage of the Argentine's limited playing time in Italy to lure him away from his present club.
The arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo has also seen the Italian club adjust their style of attacking to suit the Portuguese.
And the Argentine may feel joining another club will help him improve his career to ensure it continues to head in the right direction.
Italian publication Calciomercato adds that a number of other clubs including Real Madrid and Barcelona are keeping tabs on the Argentine.
But because of the crazy numbers involved in one team buying Dybala outright, a swap deal with another player who would also demand an eye-watering transfer fee might just suit all parties involved.
Legit.ng previously reported that Manchester United had concluded plans to offload star midfielder Paul Pogba this summer with Barcelona in the race to land the player
La Liga giants Real Madrid were also in contention to sign the former Juventus attacker before he returned to Old Trafford in 2016.
According to Don Balon, Mourinho would now give the green light to a departure at the end of the season.
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