According to reports from Italy, Juventus will target Paul Pogba or Kylian Mbappé as their next big-money star signing.

Following the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo in a remarkable €100m deal this summer, Juve have been linked with a number of high-profile players across Europe.

It’s been speculated that a shift in transfer policy may have caused a split between general manager Giuseppe Marotta and President Andrea Agnelli, who had previously hinted that the club will aim to sign the next superstar.

Turin-based daily Tuttosport report that the names Juventus could be looking at are PSG striker Kylian Mbappé and Manchester United’s Paul Pogba.

The links to Mbappé are tenuous at best with the suggestion being that Juve would be in no position to sign the French forward any time soon but could target him nearer the end of his deal in 2022.

Pogba could be a more realistic option in the short-term, given his current woes at United where it’s reported he’s fallen our with manager Jose Mourinho.

Tuttosport suggest that Pogba’s previous time at Juventus could help sway a move back to Turin, despite the interest of Barcelona.