With superstar Cristiano Ronaldo having become Juventus' record signing last week, it has now been claimed the Portuguese could help in the Turin club's attempt to re-sign Manchester United's Paul Pogba.
According to Tuttosport, 2018 FIFA World Cup winner Pogba has grown tired of the constant scrutiny he is under at the Red Devils.
It has been claimed that the midfielder might seek a move away from United in this transfer window following two difficult campaigns since rejoining the English club in 2016.
Juventus are said to be interested in luring the 25-year-old back to Italy, despite having just spent €100 million (R1.55 billion) on Ronaldo.
The Italian publication has reported that the Portuguese's move to the Serie A champions could persuade Pogba to return to the Bianconeri, the club he played for between 2012 and 2016.
The Frenchman has been criticised heavily by English media over the past two years, and is also believed to have fallen out with manager Jose Mourinho last season.
Pogba has also been linked with the likes of Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain, but recently insisted he is happy at Old Trafford.
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