Juventus step up Paul Pogba chase, ready to offer two players in exchange
Juventus are set to step up their pursuit of former player Paul Pogba with a tempting offer for Manchester United, according to reports.
According to the Sunday Express, the Turin side are said to be willing to part with Paulo Dybala and Alex Sandro as they look to convince United to part with one of their star players.
Pobga is understood to be unhappy at Manchester and is open to leaving the club that he grew up at for the second time in his career.
Real Madrid are said to be interested in his services, and there is an extra attraction for the Frenchman in his idol Zinedine Zidane, who took charge of Madrid again early in the year.
Juventus, however, who sold Pogba to United are willing to re-sign their former player, who developed into one of the best midfielders while playing in their famous white and black stripped jersey.
Dybala was one of the club's key performers, but his stake has since gone down and has been rarely used this season with Cristiano Ronaldo stealing the show.
He, however, said on Friday that he would love to continue playing at the club, despite his troubled his season.
Manchester United are said to be big admirers of the Argentine and might be tempted by the offer.