With all the speculation surrounding Paul Pogba, could he about to make a sensational return to Juventus.
Having already made the move from Manchester to Turin once in his career, reports in France have suggested that the midfielder could repeat his move from Man Utd to Juventus.
Pogba of course moved to the serial Serie A champions on a free transfer back in 2012 after becoming frustrated at a lack o first team opportunities under Sir Alex Ferguson. After establishing himself as a first team regular with the Old Lady, he returned in the summer of 2016 for a world record fee.
However, his future at the club has been under intense speculation in recent weeks following a severe downturn in form which has seen him left out of three of Manchester United’s last five starting XI’s.
Now, French publication L’Equipe claim that there is a possibility that the midfielder could return to his former side in a sensational cut price deal after it was revealed that they have a €60 million (£53m) clause that would enable them to re-sign the midfielder should he decide to leave.
While Pogba is known to have enjoyed his time in Turin, whether they would be able to match the £250,000-a-week salary that he is currently on at Manchester United is yet to be seen.
Real Madrid have also been linked with having an interest in the midfielder, who has seemingly fallen out of favour with United boss Jose Mourinho.