Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba is reportedly on the radar of Juventus.
The Bianconeri are keen on re-signing the World Cup winner this summer, and Corriere Torino claims that talks are underway with his agent.
However, a deal won’t be straightforward for them, considering the midfielder will need to accept a significant pay-cut for the free transfer.
Pogba’s current €340,000-a-week deal with United expires on June 30. The Bianconeri are willing to offer him around €190,000-a-week to join them.
The Serie A giants have made the first approach, but are set to face stiff competition in the form of Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid.
Les Parisiens in particular are deemed the front-runners to land Pogba as they are keen on pursuing a marquee signing for next season.
Pogba was previously reluctant to listen to offers from PSG, but his stance has somewhat changed with the prospect of a huge payday.
The midfielder is likely to make a decision after the end of the season.