Juventus star midfielder Paul Pogba could be about to make a sensational U-turn and return to Manchester United, according to the Daily Express.
The former United prodigy left the Red Devils 18 months ago for a nominal fee, set by a tribunal, and joined Italian champions Juventus.
Manager Antonio Conte gave the France international a chance to prove his qualities, something Sir Alex Ferguson did not do.
Now, a year-and-a-half after Pogba joined Juventus, the central midfielder won the Serie A title, and claimed the prestigious Golden Boy award, beating the likes of Isco, Mario Gotze and Neymar to the individual accolade.
In 28 games this season, Pogba has six goals and nine assists in all competitions, and his former has not gone unnoticed across Europe.
PSG and Manchester United are the most interested teams in Pogba, and even recent reports claimed the Ligue 1 club have made a £40million offer plus Marco Verratti.
Now, according to the Express, manager David Moyes is keen to bring Pogba back in the summer, in what will be a transfer revolution at Old Trafford.
However, the Red Devils will have to splash the cash if they are to re-sign Pogba, with Juventus wanting £60million for the Frenchman.
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