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Juventus open to offering Man United two stars in exchange for Paul Pogba

It is widely accepted that Juventus would welcome Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba back to Turin with open arms. However, given the post-COVID era, we now live in, with finances in more than a precarious position, finding the funds necessary to re-sign the French World Cup winner is not possible.

Given the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, club’s books have been decimated all across Europe and Juventus are no exception.

Reportedly keen to resign Pogba, five years after letting him join Manchester United, the ‘Old Lady’ now appear limited to offering players in exchange.

According to a recent report from Italian outlet Tuttosport, the Turin side is willing to offer midfielder Paulo Dybala or Cristiano Ronaldo in exchange for Pogba.

Currently away on international duty representing his country in this summer’s European Championship, Pogba, who is out of contract next season, continues to see his long-term future speculated.

Pogba and France are set to be in action on Tuesday when they take on Germany in the Euros’ Group F.

Would you take either Dybala or Ronaldo at Old Trafford in exchange for Pogba? – Let us know in the comments.

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8 responses to “Juventus open to offering Man United two stars in exchange for Paul Pogba”

  1. Tony ojie says:

    For none. Money at lest 65 million pounds is ok for mr. P p.

  2. emanu says:

    if dybala wants to come he would be great addition to the squad

  3. Michael says:

    Both

  4. Cecil says:

    Ronaldo plus cash would be great

  5. Matt says:

    Cant see that working as Dybala has unrealistic personal terms that prevent him from joining in the past

  6. Trevor Trevor Smith says:

    Both but def not a straight swap for a 36 year old that doesnt make any sense especially with his wage demands

  7. Martin says:

    Have to agree with Matt, Dybala and Ronaldo have crazy wages and other personal terms which would not be financially exceptable.