Rumours over the future of Manchester United star Paul Pogba don’t look like going away any time soon. Could he be set to continue his career back-and-forth by re-signing for Juventus after re-signing for United?
The Daily Express reports that Juve will offer Jose Mourinho his pick of three of their star players as part of a deal to take Pogba back to Turin. Those players are centre-back Medhi Benatia, wing-back Alex Sandro and Croatia striker Mario Mandzukic.
But Barcelona are also said to be interested and could come up with an offer of their own.
This is a tricky situation for both the club and Jose Mourinho. Pogba has been improving in each and every match. Mourinho would consider keeping the star.
Mean while Manchester United will extend defender Phil Jones’s contract by a year, which adds that they do not want him to leave Old Trafford on a free transfer when it runs out.
Manager Jose Mourinho has been searching for a new central defender, but the Sun says Jones remains part of his plans despite recent injury setbacks.
North London rivals Arsenal and Spurs have both been reported to be monitoring the former Blackburn player, but United “will invoke his contract clause to give them time to consider their options next summer.”
SHOULD MANCHESTER UNITED CONSIDER THE JUVENTUS DEAL TO TAKE BACK PAUL POGBA?