Juventus are not confident about bringing Paul Pogba back to Turin next year, according to a report.
Caught Offside claim to have spoken to a senior Juventus official who said; “we don’t think it is going to be possible now. Keep an eye on PSG and Real Madrid.”
With Juventus seemingly out of the race to sign Pogba, who can walk through the exit doors at Manchester United (again) on a Bosman in the summer when his contract expires, only Paris Saint-Germain or Los Blancos appear to be in the race for the Frenchman’s signature.
It is suggested that Juventus’ very own stumbling block is their inability to find a buyer for Aaron Ramsey, who was on the scoresheet for Wales during the international break.
There is no such thing as a free transfer in football nowadays, and Pogba will be demand big bucks if he can save a potential buyer from paying a transfer fee.
It is music to Mino Raiola’s ears and United fans will ask if the club made a mistake not cashing in on Pogba last summer.
Pogba started the season well but has slipped back due to complacency. He is not injured for the foreseeable future at a time Ole Gunnar Solskjaer needs his best players to improve results.