Serie A giants Juventus are reportedly willing to offer Manchester United Paulo Dybala in exchange for Paul Pogba in a deal said to be worth £150 million (R2.49 billion).
According to the Daily Mail, the Italian champions are keen to bring the France international back to Turin, and are willing to let one of their prized assists go in the opposite direction to make the deal happen.
Dybala has struggled for a place in Massimiliano Allegri's starting XI following Cristiano Ronaldo's arrival from Real Madrid, while Pogba is said to have had enough of life under Jose Mourinho and wants to leave Old Trafford in the coming months.
With this being said, Juventus are aware the Red Devils will not allow the French superstar to leave easily, and this is where Dybala, valued at about £100 million (R1.96 billion), comes in.
It has been suggested that the player swap, plus £50 million (R982 million) cash, deal could be on the cards in the January transfer window.
It is believed the two stars are also being monitored by FC Barcelona and Real Madrid, so one of the Spanish giants could hijack this potential deal.
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