Juventus are ready to try everything possible to sign Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba this summer, MySportDab reports.
Although United still want to keep Pogba, they could have a rethink with the new swap deal offered by Juventus.
MySportDab understands the Serie A Champions are now trying to use their unimpressive superstars as bait in the bid, in order to make United sell the World Cup winner.
According to Tuttosport, Aaron Ramsey and Miralem Pjanic are both being considered for the swap deal offer.
Another player being considered by Juventus for the swap deal is midfielder Adrien Rabiot moving to Manchester after the former PSG player failed to impress in Italy.
Juve signed both Ramsey and Rabiot as free agents, which means the Italian club don’t mind losing those players for free at no cost.
However, Manchester United chief Ed Woodward recently admitted the club won’t be able spend as planned in the summer transfer window, due to the financial impact of the coronavirus crisis.
Juventus are hopeful that Pogba’s value may reduce due to the pandemic and force United into selling in a possible swap deal.
MySportDab can confirm that Juve would also offer Manchester United either Douglas Costa or Alex Sandro as part of the deal, depending on United’s requirement.
Juve are not the only club trying to sign Pogba this summer because the likes of Paris Saint-Germain, Inter Milan and Real Madrid are also keen.
PSG have already offered United a swap deal for Pogba which includes former player Angel Di Maria.
However, Real Madrid Coach Zinedine Zidane is still keen to bring Pogba to the Spanish club and has placed the countryman as his top transfer target.
According to French newspaper L’Equipe, The asking price for Paul Pogba will likely be lower than the £87m fee demanded in 2019.
With Pogba into the final two years of his contract, United were open to offers for him this summer to avoid losing his for free.
The 27-year-old earns around £300,000 a week at United and a new contract at any club with surely see him receive a massive wage increase.