Over the current summer transfer window, there are several shocking deals which are anticipated as players agents are expected to take part in ambitious moves.
To be able to retain top players at some clubs will be very hard as some of them want new challenges away in other different leagues and clubs.
The Paul Pogba saga which has been hitting the transfer headlines seems to be close to be put to rest this summer transfer window after a major development from his representatives.
According to Express Sports news reports, Mino Raiola who has always been stubborn and expressing his greedy side is working on how to get Paul Pogba out of Old Trafford.
The reports claim that Raiola is pushing hard for Paul Pogba to make a return move to Juventus in swap deal that will involve Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Frenchman has less than 12 months remaining in his current contract and is not willing to extend his stay after the club's persuasion to have him extend his stay.
Cristiano Ronaldo on the other side has one year left on his contract with Juventus and wants to extend his stay as per last night's reports, but he won't rule out a return to Old Trafford.
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