Paul Pogba is a player that some Juventus fans dream of seeing him again in the black and white jersey.
The Frenchman was an inspiration to several fans and even younger players when he played for the Bianconeri between 2012 and 2016.
He returned to Manchester United and has not had the best of times in England.
He will leave after Mino Raiola insisted his client not renew his contract at Old Trafford.
Based on his comments, reports have suggested United may even allow him to leave the club next month (CalcioMercato).
Juve was used as the front runner for his signature. Some reports say the Bianconeri are preparing a loan train for the world champion in January.
However, Raiola recently revisited the midfielder’s future and appeared to rule out a move from England in January.
He was at the Golden Boy awards ceremony when the award was presented to Erling Haaland, and he said Pogba is unlikely to move next month as big players barely move in the January transfer window.
He said about Calciomercato: “He will have a great future, I don’t know. I read the future, not the future. In England they are very sensitive when it comes to Pogba. I have expressed my thoughts, my opinion. Nothing fancy, I think it’s clear. should speak in summer, the big players hardly move in january. Now let’s see, in summer we live a very different world. ”