Serie A champions Juventus are ready to offer Argentina international forward Paulo Dybala in exchange for Man United midfielder Paul Pogba.
According to The Mirror, Juve are prepared to let the South American forward to move to English top-tier if it means they are able to re-sign Paul Pogba.
The Red Devils have signed Pogba from Serie A champions for a – then – world record fee £89m and now Juventus are looking to bring him back to Allianz Stadium.
Dybala is yet to score this campaign for Italian giants after founding back of the net 26 times in all competitions last campaign for the team.
Since joining from Palermo in 2015, Argentine forward has found back of the net 52 times in 100 Serie A games for Juventus.
The 25-year-old forward would appear a real coup on paper, even if it meant them losing Pogba.
Pogba has also been rumoured with a move to Barcelona in recent months.
Meanwhile, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur have reportedly emerged as potential suitors for Man Utd centre-back Erick Bailly.
The former Villareal defender has fallen down the pecking order at Man Utd following last month’s loss to Brighton & Hove Albion, being left out of the starting XI in each of the Reds last three games.
The Mirror claimed that the Ivory Coast international is now ready to depart the club in January in search of more regular first-team football, sparking interest from some top-six rivals.
Arsenal and Tottenham are thought to be monitoring the situation and could make move for Man Ud star if he fail to regain his place in the side before the transfer window reopens this winter.