Juventus are willing to re-sign Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba on a free transfer this summer, Tuttosport claims.
The Frenchman has just four months remaining on his existing deal, and reports claim that he has no plans of staying at Old Trafford.
Hence, he could leave on a free transfer, and the Bianconeri are one of the prime candidates to sign him alongside Paris Saint-Germain.
The Turin giants are unlikely to meet his current €13 million annual wages, but could be prepared to hand him a reasonable salary package.
Pogba is also willing to make the sacrifice to rejoin them. He has already signalled his intention through his representative lately.
The Frenchman has been in good form since his return from a groin injury this month. The Champions League game at Atletico was an exception.
United are aware that he could be leaving at the end of the campaign, and the hierarchy are already making plans to pursue a suitable replacement.