Juventus are keen to bring Paul Pogba back to Turin this summer but would need to sell at least two players to help fund the potential transfer.
The midfielder has been linked with a move away from the Premier League this summer following an overly disappointing season for both club and player.
The Guardian report that Manchester United would expect at least €130m (£112.4m) for the 26-year-old but would prefer to keep him this summer – Failure to qualify for the Champions League may change things for the Frenchman.
Pogba had four successful years in Turin and Juve have made no secret of their desire to bring him back, however the purchase of Cristiano Ronaldo last summer means Juve will need to sell players in order to spend heavily this summer.
Players like Miralem Pjanic and Douglas Costa are among those who could be sold this summer while Paulo Dybala’s future is uncertain.
The Bianconeri recently met with Pogba’s agent, Mino Raiola, to discuss the deal that will bring Flamengo full-back Wesley to Italy, and the Guardian report that Juve also “informed Raiola that they are looking into the possibility of re-signing Pogba, and the two parties agreed to keep discussing a potential deal in the coming months.”