Juventus are prepared to make a comeback for Paul Pogba in January and will be prepared to throw in Adrien Rabiot as weightage, as per the Sun.
The Frenchman has quickly fallen out of favour in Turin following his move from Paris Saint-Germain less than a year ago. Rabiot has failed to adapt to Italian football and has thus not been able to integrate himself into the starting XI.
Meanwhile, the midfielder still hasn’t lost his market value, as recently as two weeks ago Mikel Arteta was said to be interested in importing him.
But due to the unexpected loss of Callum Chambers due to a ruptured ACL tendon, the priority has been shifted to a defender.
On the other hand, United have been long-term admirers of the former PSG man and have been linked with him in the past as well. Juve are obviously aware of this and will attempt to use the newcomer to facilitate Pogba’s potential return.
The United record signing hasn’t started any games since his side’s clash against Arsenal at Old Trafford.
The Bianconeri reportedly value the 24-year-old at £25 million and are ready to offer a further £60 million for their former midfielder, who is valued around £85 million by them.