Juventus boss Andrea Pirlo reportedly has the dream of bringing Paul Pogba back to Turin at the end of the campaign.
The Bianconeri were looking to re-sign Pogba earlier this year, but their plans were scuppered by the financial impact of COVID-19.
Pogba’s current contract at Manchester United expires in June 2022 and so far, there has been no indication that he could extend his stay.
Hence, he could be sold next summer and TuttoJuve claims that Pirlo has the dream of bringing the World Cup winner to the Allianz Stadium.
The same publication states that Pogba could be willing to take a paycut to rejoin the club, where he spent four years between 2012 and 2016.
Real Madrid are also understood to be monitoring his situation despite the fact that he is not their first-choice midfield target.