Patatici reveals Juve will consult new boss over Pogba deal
Posted On June 6, 2019
Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici claims the club will “speak” with their new coach over the possibility of bringing Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba back to Turin.
The Guardian claimed on Wednesday that Juve have ‘made contact’ with the Old Trafford hierarchy over a potential deal.
Despite their lack of a manager – following the departure of Max Allegri – the Old Lady ‘have made United aware of their interest’ in Pogba.
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The report adds that Pogba ‘would be happy’ to return to Turin, having enjoyed a positive relationship with Paratici and a number of players.
And now Paratici, also speaking about rumours linking the club with Federico Chiesa, has said that Juventus will talk to their new manager when they are appointed about Pogba.
“Federico Chiesa? We certainly have a competitive team,” Patatici told a Football Leader 2019 event. “As far as the market is concerned, we await the name of the coach.
“We will make the necessary assessments after announcing it. Pogba? The same, we’ll speak with the new coach.”