Juventus will reportedly look to sign midfielder Paul Pogba on loan in January with the obligation to buy at the end of the season.
The Serie A holders are keeping a close eye on the Frenchman’s contract, which expires in less than 19 months’ time.
Pogba has recently stated that he is committed to the Red Devils, but that has not ceased the speculation over his future.
He has yet to open contract talks with the club and The Mirror claims that the Bianconeri may look to lure him back.
Pogba spent four seasons with the Turin giants between 2012 and 2016 before he made his return to United on a club-record deal.
He has not been able to justify his price tag with consistent displays and the Bianconeri are planning to make a move to re-sign him.
They are unlikely to afford a permanent deal in January and will propose to sign him on loan with a compulsory buy option for next summer.