Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba is reportedly eyeing a January return to Italian Juventus during the January transfer window.
The French midfielder had in the summer made it clear that he wanted out of United with Real Madrid and Juventus interested in his services then.
United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer ruled out selling him and the world cup winner had to remain at Old Trafford for the 2019/20 campaign against his wish.
He returned to action against Watford on Sunday after being on the sidelines for three months through injury. He looked promising when he came on as a sub and is expected to start against Newcastle on Thursday night.
Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was full of praise for the midfielder after the Watford game terming him the best midfielder in the world but it appears that the midfielder hasn’t had change of heart and still wants out.
According to reports in Italy, Pogba wants to quit the Red Devils in January and return to Turin. Juve as said to be willing to pay 52 million pounds and allow Emre Can join United as part of the deal.
United, who paid 80 million pounds to sign Pogba from Juventus in 2016, are likely to turn down the deal and would want to recoup the amount they paid for the player if they are to allow him to leave.