Italian giants Juventus will reportedly offer Manchester United one of their star players and cash in exchange for 2018 FIFA World Cup winner Paul Pogba, who is said to be unhappy with life at Old Trafford.
According to Tuttosport, the Old Lady are willing to give the Red Devils Bosnia and Herzegovina international Miralem Pjanic and a decent amount of money for the France star.
Pogba and manager Jose Mourinho are currently not seeing eye to eye, and the player is said to be fed up with how he has been treated in the media by the former Chelsea boss.
Pogba has been heavily linked with Spanish giants FC Barcelona in recent days, but Juventus are hoping that they can bring the midfielder back to Turin, where he has already tasted a lot of success.
The report suggests Mourinho would be happy with the deal should Serie A side make the reported bid, as he is a big fan of the Bosnian midfielder, who effectively replaced Pogba in Turin two years ago.
The 28-year-old, Pjanic, has made 91 appearances for Juventus, scoring 15 goals and assisting in a further 28 strikes.
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