Foot Mercato report tonight that Juventus are looking to offer Paul Pogba a three-year contract, while the management at Paris Saint-Germain are split over his potential arrival.
The World Cup winner is expected to leave Manchester United at the end of another disappointing season, having rejected the Premier League side’s renewal offers.
His former club Juventus are looking to bring him back, having seen the best of the midfielder in Turin between 2012 and 2016. A three-season deal is set to be put forward, although the 29-year-old would rather a four-year contract.
PSG sporting director Leonardo is also pushing to sign the Frenchman, but club president Nasser Al-Khelaifi is not as convinced about his arrival. The former has met with the player and the interest appears to be reciprocal from the Paris native, who has already received an offer.
With the ongoing tense situation within the PSG management and their focus on Kylian Mbappé’s renewal, the Serie A side are the favourites to sign Pogba back.