Juventus are willing to discuss a loan deal for wantaway Manchester United ace Paul Pogba.


The Mirror says Juventus hope United will allow Pogba to return to Turin next month – on loan.


The Italian giants banked £89million from Pogba's move to Old Trafford in 2016 after paying United just £800,000 in compensation when they signed him four years earlier.


And they are now lining up a cheeky offer to get the 27-year-old French midfielder back for nothing in the New Year – although the deal would include an obligation to buy in the summer.


United valued Pogba at £150million when the player's agent, Mino Raiola, started courting interest from Real Madrid two years ago.


But they were recently forced to trigger a one-year extension in Pogba's £300,000-a-week contract to protect his dwindling market value.



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