Juve chief meets with Man Utd over Pogba deal – report
Posted On June 15, 2019
Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici is understood to have travelled to London to hold talks with Manchester United over a possible deal to sign Paul Pogba.
Juve have been increasingly linked with a move for the France midfielder with Real Madrid said to be shying away from United’s demands.
The Serie A champions are understood to be looking to sell players to raise the funds to facilitate a return for Pogba to the club he left in 2016 for £89million.
With United said to be looking for a fee in excess of £136million, Sky Italia are reporting that Juve chief Paratici has travelled to England to hold face-to-face talks with his Red Devils counterparts at their Mayfair office.
Paratici could also use his time in London to pave the way for Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri’s move to Juventus.
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