Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba is on the verge of re-signing for Serie A champions Juventus.
Pogba spent four years with Juventus earlier in his career, playing under current Inter Milan coach Antonio Conte and Massimiliano Allegri.
United signed Pogba from Juventus in 2016, but the 2018 World Cup winner has failed to deliver on a regular basis since returning to Old Trafford.
Inconsistency, injury and clashes with Jose Mourinho have soured his second spell at the Theatre of Dreams.
And according to French newspaper L’Equipe, Juventus are ‘on the verge’ of re-signing Pogba but are currently scrambling to put finishing touches to a deal.
The United star would cost the Old Lady in the region of £72million to complete.
And, as things stand, Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot appears to be used as a bargaining chip to reduce the price.
It’s claimed that Rabiot has interest in joining United alongside his mother and agent, Veronique.
The pair are said to be interested in moving to England, with Rabiot struggling at Juventus ever since his arrival on a free transfer from PSG.
His relationship with Juve has supposedly soured, with the midfielder unimpressed at his having to take a pay cut.
Juventus, in return, are unhappy at Rabiot for his unwillingness to return early from isolation – despite several of his team-mates doing so.