Manchester United defender Paul Pogba could be on his way to out of Old Trafford next term.
Pogba has had a bitter fallout with manager Jose Mourinho and the two have yet to settle the rift that continues to drive them yards apart.
The Frenchman was omitted in United Premier League clash against Fulham, rousing concerns and talks over his future at the club under Mourinho.
Juventus are considering resigning the midfielder and according to reports will splash an 80 million euro bid to bring him back to Turin.
Pogba was reportedly offered to Barcelona by his agent when he was verbally attacked by Mourinho, earlier this campaign.
It sparked anger in United camp who rebuffed claims Pogba was unhappy at the club and therefore wanted to force his way out.
United have failed in taming Pogba’s flares and will have themselves to blame when they lose him in January.
Getting back on Mourinho’s good side will require dropping that chip of arrogance off his shoulder and getting his head in the game.
Whether he’ll turn around, it’s too soon to assume. But Juventus won’t care less. They’re already standing in the corner to nab the star when the January transfer window open few weeks from now.
United however, may be reluctant in shipping the player due to the 105 million euro splurged on him in 2016.