- Juventus are keen on Paul Pogba and will offer Paulo Dybala to tempt Man United
- Dybala has fallen out of the pecking order at the Italian side
- Jose Mourinho and Pogba are not enjoying the best of relationship at Old Trafford
Serie A champions Juventus are set to offload £100m rated Argentina forward, Paulo Dybala in order to resign French World Cup star, Paul Pogba from EPL giants Manchester United.
According to a UK Sun report citing sources at the Daily Mirror, the Old Lady are keen to resign the 25-year-old Pogba, who left the Turin-based outfit for the Premier League for world record deal of £89million, but has continued to struggle at the Old Trafford outfit.
The report further hinted that Juventus are eager to offload the 24-year-old Argentine valued at about £100m to be able to fund Pogba’s return expected to cost the Italian giants about £150m.
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In addition, they are also looking at the possibility of using Dybala in a swap-plus-money bid to land Pogba.
The arrival of Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo in the summer transfer window from Champions League winners Real Madrid has seen Dybala fall down the pecking order in the Max Allegri side.
The report further noted that Juventus are considering using the ‘cold war’ between the Frenchman and the club’s Portuguese boss Jose Mourinho to seal the deal.
After the summer World Cup in Russia, the UK Sun, hinted that the relationship between the World Cup winner and the former Chelsea and Real Madrid manager was at all-time low.
Mourinho reportedly urged the midfielder to stop complaining about his issues in the media but should tender a request if he wants to quit the club “again”.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously had two first half goals from Romelu Lukaku (35’ minute) and Chris Smalling (38’ minute) was all that Manchester United needed to continue the winning run in their EPL clash against Watford on Saturday, September 15.
The encounter at Vicarage Road saw United take the kick-off and immediately showed their intentions but Watford’s goalkeeper Foster was on hand to stop the Red Devils attack after Alexis Sanchez played a marvellous ball over the top, which Lukaku met after an explosion of pace, but the Watford goalie got down low and took away the ball from the striker.
On the second minute, Watford’s Doucoure tried his luck from the top of the area after a poor clearance from United’s Fellaini, but his goal effort flew wide.
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