- Paul Pogba, Man United midfielder, could rejoin Italian giants Juventus in January
- According to reports from Italy, the deal may cost Old Lady a sum of £52 million plus Emre Can
- The Frenchman had his best career years in Italy before switching back to Old Trafford in 2016
Paul Pogba is reportedly set for a return to Serie A should Juventus agree to table a bid of £52 million plus ex-Liverpool ace Emre Can for the Manchester United ace during January market.
The want-away star has been out of action for United since September due to injury, though made a cameo appearance in Red Devils' 2-0 defeat to relegation-threatened side Watford.
The Frenchman was recently ruled out of potential purchase by Real Madrid, setting a huge stumbling block as he is keen on forcing his ways out of Old Trafford.
Pogba joined the England giants for a then-world-record of £89m in 2016 but his unstable relationship with the club's manager has seen the 26-year-old fall out of interest with the home fans.
And according to a report from Italy, the World-Cup winning star may return to Juventus where he rose to a famous world star, with United reportedly willing to leave the Frenchman for £52 million plus Can.
Pogba in his first spell with Old Lady had 178 appearances where he scored 34 times and helped Juve win Serie A titles under Allegri.
Juventus new boss Mauricio Sarri is keen on adding some strong names into his porous midfield after 3-1 loss to Lazio in Supercoppa Italiana.
With Can looking like a surplus option for the former Chelsea boss, Sarri may be forced to bring in the Man United star back to his former home in Italy.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that N'Golo Kante is reportedly considering a move from Chelsea at the end of the season, fuelling the speculations linking him with a possible switch to either Barcelona or Real Madrid.
The Frenchman has been an integral part of Blues squad since sealing a sensational move from Leicester City in 2016 having won Premier League title with Foxes the previous year.
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