- Man United are willing to let their star midfielder Paul Pogba if they get the right deal for him
- The Old Trafford side reveal they will sell the Frenchman to Juventus if they include Pjanic and cash in the deal
- Pogba was re-signed by the Red Devils in the summer of 2016 from Juve and won the Europa League in his first year
Manchester United have reportedly revealed that they will allow Paul Pogba join Juventus if Miralem Pjanic moves in the opposite direction.
Russia 2018 World Cup winning midfielder Pogba was on the verge of dumping the Red Devils owing to multiple bust ups with his manager Jose Mourinho.
Both Barcelona and his former club, Juve made an attempt to sign the star, but the deal failed to pull through at the end of the transfer window, Briefly.co.za learned.
However, the Mirror, report that the Old Trafford side are ready to show their most expensive player the exit door but a player must be included in the deal that will see the Frenchman exit the club.
The Bosnian midfielder has scored three goals and created one assist in all competitions for the Old Lady so far this term.
And will be a valuable addition to the United team if he joins them and team up with Fred, Matic and Mata in the middle of the park for Mourinho's side.
Ahead of Pogba's return to the Italian champions on Wednesday, Juve boss Massimiliano Allegri was asked about the link.
"Talking about Pogba is useless," Allegri said.
"Like all players who are not part of Juventus, I can not and I do not want to talk about players from other teams.
"Pogba is young and still has room for improvement, now he is a player of Manchester and unfortunately on Wednesday we have to meet him. If he does not come it would be better."
Speculation still continues to follow the World Cup winner over a potential exit from Old Trafford, following a number of falling out with Jose Mourinho.
Pogba had told RMC Sport: "I spoke with my brother last summer, I said: 'Imagine, we're in the same group as Juve'.
"For me it's a pleasure, Turin is my home, it's there that I scored my first professional goal."
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