Release date: Sunday, November 10, 2019, 12:41 pm
Paul Pogba will continue to be considered in January for Juventus, which is said to have offered four Manchester United players in return for the Frenchman when the transfer window reopens.
Pogba, who broke for an ankle injury in September, will be signed to United by 2021. However, the association has the option to extend this period by 12 months.
His future, however, remains unclear he declared his intention to seek a "new challenge" while on United Pre-Season Tour in Asia.
Real Madrid were keen on the French midfielder, but were obviously scared of United's questioning price for the former Juventus player.
But to fight United in the Premier League and face a tough fight to regain a top 4 place this season, Javier Ribalta, former head scout of the club, claims that it is inevitable that the midfielder will be lured away.
And after TuttosportJuventus is already working on a deal to sign Pogba in January – and will try to sell United by offering them four well-known stars in return.
According to the report, Juve United will have the chance to sign Mario Mandzukic, Emre Can, Daniele Rugani and Blaise Matuidi in January.
Of course, United was heavily involved in a change for Mandzukic, the The experienced Croatian striker claimed to have been the subject of a report at the beginning of the week stating that the Red Devils had already agreed terms with a target for January.
Former Liverpool star Can is also joining a move to United. The German midfielder is frustrated because he is not working with the Serie A champion and apparently has to leave in January. A move to Old Trafford would be controversial, Despite all allegations, Solskjaer is interested in taking him into his midfield,
Rugani is now another Juve star fighting for his playing time. The Italian defender has been linked to Arsenal in the pastbut it could be a useful addition to the rearguard of the United States, which is still trying hard to do its best.
Pogba's colleague and international teammate Matuidi is another connection to United in the past, The French star is still in the field at the age of 32 in the fall of his career and could give his midfield even more energy and power. This would certainly be a serious improvement for the fighting Brazilian Fred.
Pundit Craig Burley believes that United must do whatever it takes to earn money from Pogba when the transfer window reopens.
"Paul Pogba, fantastic talent, does not see enough of it, he's injured right now," he said.
"I do not think he wants to be in Manchester, I think he wants to be somewhere, no matter what he says.
"He was not really consistent, so I would not keep him for that.
"If I could have a great team and build him into Ferguson's great team, I'd probably keep him because you know he can produce.
"But right now I just want people who want to be there, and I do not think he does."