Juventus are on the verge of completing the signing of Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba. The Frenchman is set to make a sensational return to Juventus as his contract with Manchester United comes to an end this summer. Pogba has been a subject of transfer speculations with PSG and Juventus battling out for the star.
However, in latest reports revealed by UK's Daily Mail Sports, Pogba could be heading back to Italy in a transfer that could see him join his former teammates. Pogba left Juventus in 2016 at £89 million transfer fees. A high rated player that has managed to score quite a number of goals playing for United in the many year he has been at Old Trafford.
Juventus are currently the favourites to sign the player despite United's efforts to retain the star. The Red Devils have tried to lure the French midfielder with a lucrative deal but the efforts seem futile with Pogba having already made his mind on quitting the club.
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