Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Marco Verratti has hinted he could be open to moving to Juventus in a swap deal for his current club to sign Paul Pogba.
Manchester United and Chelsea are both known to be chasing the French youngster, who is regarded as one of the top midfield players in the world.
However, PSG have also been linked with him, and Verratti has hinted it could be him that makes way in the deal.
“I generally don’t like exchanges, as if a club really wants me then they’ll sign me and that’s all,” the Italian is quoted in the Daily Express.
“If PSG were to force me to leave in order to make room for Pogba, then that’s different.
“In any case, that’s certainly not an issue I need consider today. I ignore transfer gossip. If one day PSG didn’t want me anymore, then I’d pay more attention.”