- Paul Pogba of Manchester United has emerged as summer transfer target for Juventus
- Juventus are said to have communicated with Manchester United chiefs on their interest
- The Frenchman wants to leave Manchester United with his eyes on a move to Real Madrid
Italian champions Juventus are reportedly interested in signing Paul Pogba and would like Manchester United to sell him this summer.
Manchester United are likely to demand £ 112.4 million for the 26-year-old to head back to Turin.
According to Guardian UK, Juventus will first have to sell two or three important players to fund the Frenchman's move.
Pogba is also understood to have declined to hand over his visa to the Chinese consulate for United's pre-season tour of China this summer, according to Metro (UK) sighting Jugones (Spain).
But Evening Standard (UK), reported that it was simply a passport issue and not misconduct from the midfielder, despite the rest of his teammates already having submitted their passports.
Pogba might certainly find his ex-club and current Serie A champions' proposal enticing especially considering the Red Devils risk failing to qualify for Champions League.
Interestingly, Manchester United might be able to take advantage and benefit from Juventus, as they have always had their eyes on a number of stars including Alex Sandro and Paulo Dybala.
There is a strong the likelihood of United reaching some sort of arrangement with former player Cristiano Ronaldo's club in the summer transfer window.
However, United want to keep their World Cup winner and the final result against their remaining opponents in the Premier League will highly determine who stays and who leaves.
As it is already, reports coming in from the Old Trafford camp indicate that Ander Herrera has already struck a deal to switch to Paris Saint Germain this summer.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Manchester United star Paul Pogba reportedly begged the club's chiefs to sell him to Spanish giants Real Madrid this summer.
The France international has his heart set on fulfilling his dream transfer and linking up with fellow Frenchman Zinedine Zidane who is the manager of Real Madrid.
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