Juventus To Offer Two First Team Players As A Swap Deal For Paul Pogba.

Serie A gaint Juventus have offered Manchester United 2 of their first team players plus cash as a bid to get French midfielder Paul Pogba.

With the suspension ot all football activities across major countries in europe, Juventus have set thier eye on getting Pogba, when the transfer windows opens next summer.

An Italian news outlet Tuttosport reports that, the Bianconeri who have been eyeing Paul Pogba for the past few seasons, are now set to sacrifice two of their first team players Paulo Dybala or Miralem Pjanic with cash worth around €60million (£53million), as part of a swap deal for the United star, amids the current financial situation facing the club due to the Coronavirus outbreak.

You may recall that the former Juventus playmaker was a product of Manchester United Academy, before his promotion to the first team in 2011 under former manager Sir Alex Ferguson.

He left to Italy to join Juventus in 2012, after refusing to sign a contract with United, and after spending 4-years with in Turin, he made a return to the theatre of dreams for €105million (£89million) in the summer of 2016 under Jose Mourinho.

Though he has been mostly out of the squad due to injury this season, as he has made just seven appearances in the premier league for United and hasn’t started a game since last September against Arsenal.

The 27-year-old contract with Manchester United is set to expire in June 2021, but the United board are not ready to see the World Cup winner who is just recovering from injury leave the club, as a big to extend his contract with the Red devils is still in discuss.

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