Italian League giants Juventus to buy Man United player, Paul Pogba

Italian League giants Juventus to buy Man United player, Paul Pogba

- Paul Pogba could be joining Juventus at the end of this season

- The Italian League giants are planning to offer Man United a player plus cash for the Frenchman

- Juve are proposing any of Ramsey, Rabiot or Pjanic as part of the deal for their target

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Italian League giants Juventus have reportedly stepped up their chase for Manchester United star Paul Pogba as they plan to include a player in the deal to land the Frenchman.

The 2018 FIFA World Cup winner has been linked with a move away from Old Trafford but the Red Devils are not ready to let go of their record signing. learnt that Pogba was just an inch away from joining Real Madrid last summer when the La Liga side failed to meet United's demands on the player.

However, the Galacticos appear to have given up on bringing the midfielder to the Santiago Bernabeu, especially after the discovery of Federico Valverde.

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And this has left Juve with no competition for the Frenchman's signature but will have to deal with the price tag Man United are placing on him.

The Old Lady have now decided to add any of Aaron Ramsey, Miralem Pjanic, or Adrien Rabiot as part of the deal to re-sign their former midfielder as reported by SunSport.

Both Ramsey and Rabiot joined the Turin based club last summer from Arsenal and Paris Saint Germain respectively, but they have not been impressed Maurizio Sarri so far this campaign.

The publication claims the coach will not miss them if they decide to leave owing to their limited playing time in Turin.

Pjanic, on the other hand, has a deal with Juve until 2023, yet the club is willing to offload him to give space for Pogba once this season wraps up in the coming weeks.

But The Sun reports that Ramsey might be the first to go following an injury-ravaged first season in Italy, however, it will be left to be seen if Man United will have a need for the Welshman at Old Trafford.

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