Juventus are willing to re-sign Manchester United star Paul Pogba and asked the club to keep them updated about his future at the Theatre of Dreams during informal talks in Turin.
The Frenchman spent four years in Turin and returned for the first time earlier this month when the midfielder helped his side to a 2-1 win against his former club.
The World Cup winner has been heavily linked with a move away from Old Trafford in recent months after a breakdown in his relationship with the manager, and the club noted his comments in the build-up to the encounter where he said Serie A champions are still his ‘home’.
Massimiliano Allegri feels Paul Pogba’s sale undermined Juventus’ chances of winning the Champions League, but the Old Lady showed their ambition in the summer by signing Cristiano Ronaldo in a £99 million deal.
A first option clause inserted into Paul Pogba’s contract when he rejoined Manchester United back in 2016 means the English outfit must make Juventus aware if they are to sell him.
Old Lady made it clear that they would be interested in re-signing the 25-year-old if he becomes available and Paul Pogba would be open to returning to Italy.
Reports in Italy this week claimed the France international had spoken to former teammates at Juventus and expressed his determination to return.