English Premier League giants Manchester United maybe planning to keep Frenchman Paul Pogba at Old Trafford to rebuild their team around him, but the midfielder is attracting attention from both Spain and Italy.
The Turin giants Juventus are currently preparing a bid to bring Pogba back to the club, but Real Madrid, under a returning Zinedine Zidane, are not going to make it easy for them.
According to reports, the Serie A champions' sporting director Fabio Paritici was in the UK to finalise a move for Maurizio Sarri, but on the sidelines he also met Manchester United official to discuss a potential deal for Pogba.
This suggests that Juve are soon going to make an official offer to the English club for the 26-year-old.
Pogba left Juventus in 2016 to join Manchester United and only a bid in the region of €130 million to €140m will push latter's interest in selling the midfielder.
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