Serie A champions, Juventus have reportedly been provided with a boost in their pursuit of the signing of Manchester United superstar Paul Pogba.
Juve are one of two teams – the other being La Liga giants Real Madrid – who allegedly hold a strong interest in French midfielder, a player who has already played for them back in 2019.
A transfer ban has been hovering over football superagent Mino Raiola, however, which would prevent any business involving the midfielder being conducted until a resolution is found.
Despite a hearing on Wednesday resulting in any punishment being suspended until summer July, Pogba’s agent was still unable to play a part in transfer talks involving Italian team.
Serie A champions are now able to press ahead with their attempt to secure a reunion with the France international midfielder, who has just two years left on his current deal with the Red Devils.
Meanwhile, Manchester United are weighing up a move for Bundesliga outfits Eintracht Frankfurt centre-forward Sebastien Haller should Romelu Lukaku depart from Old Trafford this summer.
Belgian international forward is a transfer target for Inter Milan and their new head-coach Antonio Conte, however, the Red Devils will only sell if the Italian side meets their £80million price tag.
Should Lukaku leave, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be in the market for a new striker and has identified Haller as a potential target for them according to ESPN reports.
The 24-year-old attacker has been superb up front for Eintracht Frankfurt this term scoring 15-goals in the German top-tier.