Juventus is ready to use the Argentine gold boy Paulo Dybala as bait to displace Paul Pogba of Manchester United.
Sunday Mirror Sport announced in July that Italian champion Pogba wants to take him back to Turin just two years after allowing him to move to United in a record £ 89m.
And now they're ready to offer £ 100 million Dybala as a weight in a deal worth up to £ 150 million.
The 24-year-old attacker could not defend his place in the team of Max Allegri after Cristiano Ronaldo had received the 90-million-pound mark from Real Madrid.
Dybala is already considering his options and the word from Turin is that he could be on his way in January.
United fight against Pogba after prevailing against Jose Mourinho last season.
The French World Cup winner has refused to confirm that he wants to stay at Old Trafford, after it became known that his agent had offered him in the European top clubs since the turn of the year.
And a swap-plus-money deal that would get one of the hottest things in the world in Manchester could be interesting for both sides.
Both Pogba and Dybala have considered Real Madrid and Barcelona as options for their next goal.
But Juventus believes Pogba is still open for a return to the club where he showed his best form.
They want to be with Ronaldo to build a team that can win the Champions League after seven consecutive Italian championship titles.
United has a long-term interest in Dybala – and the Argentine would bring creativity that Mourinho currently lacks.
The former Palermo star is also on Chelsea's radar, as Maurizio Sarri wants to put his stamp on this team, which he inherited this summer.
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