Transfer insider Dean Jones believes that Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba could be of interest to Juventus, as per GiveMeSport.
The Lowdown: Romano’s reveal
Fabrizio Romano provided a major update on the future of Paulo Dybala on Monday afternoon.
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Romano added that the Argentine forward won’t sign a new contract on current conditions and is set to leave Turin as a free agent in the summer.
The Latest: Jones’ comments on Pogba
Talking to GiveMeSport in a story shared just a few hours after Romano’s update on Dybala, Jones had this to say on the Italian giants possibly looking to re-sign the Frenchman as a result:
“I’m told to watch out for Juve looking towards Pogba now that the situation around Dybala has become clear. This opens up the wage structure of the squad and I see this as another Pogback story in the making.”
The Verdict: Best for all involved?
A return to Turin could well be of interest to Pogba, as revealed by his agent at the beginning of the current campaign.
United are reportedly planning for life without the French midfielder, and although it would be a blow financially to lose their club-record signing for free, it could be the best decision in the long run.
He has missed large parts of the season through injury, scoring just once in all competitions in 2021/22, so a fresh start for United and Pogba could suit all parties, especially with a new manager set to come in at Old Trafford over the summer.
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