Pogba is on the radar of his former club.
Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba is being lined up by Manchester United in a £60m transfer, according to the Daily Express.
The 21-year-old came through the youth ranks at Old Trafford, but left for Turin on a free transfer in 2012 after feeling under-appreciated by the Red Devils.
Since then Pogba has helped Juve to successive Serie A titles and has become a firm fixture in the France national team.
In fact the youngster is considered to be among the best midfield players in world football currently and has attracted plenty of interest from across Europe as a result.
Both Chelsea and Real Madrid are keen on signing Pogba, but having spent over £150m on transfers this summer United have shown they can more than match the two giants in terms of spending power.
The Frenchman will enter the final year of his current contract at the Juventus Stadium in 2015 and the Old Lady will then have to decide whether they want to cash-in on the player or not.
Juve are hoping they can convince Pogba to extend his deal, but if not then there is every chance they will be open to selling the starlet.