Juventus attempted to strike a deal with Manchester United to sign Paul Pogba last summer, and Fabrizio Romano has named the four players which we offered in exchange.
The Old Lady have remained fans of the French international since signing him back in 2012, with him enjoying four successful years with the club before returning to the Red Devils for a vastly inflated fee.
Juve landed the youngster for free, paying a nominal fee for a youngster that was decided by FIFA, before selling him back to his former club for a reported £100 Million according to the DailyMail.
His return to Old Trafford has been far from ideal however, with the midfielder coming in for criticism for a number of reasons, from spending too much time getting haircuts, dancing on social media, before struggling with injuries and form, and Juventus have since tried to save him.
The Bianconeri continue to pursue the return of our former star, but United have been stubborn on their valuation, and Romano has now confirmed four names who was offered as part of a deal to bring Pogba back to Turin.
“At the moment (a move away) is still the most likely because Mino Raiola was planning to move Paul Pogba next summer, as he mentioned in November,” Romano told CaughtOffside.
“He’s still planning to move Paul Pogba next summer to another club. His plan is to find a solution. It’s open. Even after Raiola spoke, Pogba started to show his best form for Manchester United. Continue reading