Juventus are willing to sell Paul Pogba this summer for a fee of just €10m, one season after the midfielder’s return to the club.
Pogba rejoined the Italian side on a free transfer from Manchester United last summer after leaving the Red Devils when his contract expired, but suffered a serious knee injury soon after his return to Turin.
The France international totalled just 172 minutes of action across 10 appearances in all competitions and Juventus are now willing to let the 30-year-old depart.
La Gazzetta dello Sport are reporting that Juventus will consider offers of just €10m for the midfielder this summer as the club look to cut costs.
Juventus have withdrawn from the Europa Conference League for next season and have agreed not to take part in Europe due to their financial and legal troubles.
The move will effectively serve as a one-year ban from continental competition, with Juventus deducted 10 points in Serie A last season after an investigation into the club’s transfer dealings found evidence of false accounting.
Pogba is the club’s highest earner and his exit would greatly reduce the wage bill, with fellow midfielders Denis Zakaria and Arthur Melo also expected to depart.
Juventus are also said to be considering the sale of forward Dusan Vlahovic, who has previously been linked with Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea.