Paul Pogba had a pretty hectic summer from anyone's standards.
The midfielder won the World Cup with France, playing an integral role that included scoring in the final victory over Croatia.
His return was met with speculation over his future, with there being little secret that Barcelona are very interested in signing Pogba.
Pogba even fanned those flames with some recent comments, saying: "As long as you see me not wearing a Barcelona shirt, it’s because I am at Man United."
But the Spanish champions aren't the only ones looking to sign Pogba - the Italian champions want him, too.
Juventus are feeling extra ambitious ever since persuading Cristiano Ronaldo to move to Turin and Pogba appears to be the new name at the top of their list.
And according to reports, they believe they have a way to make it happen.
The Mirror is suggesting that Manchester United's long-held interest in Paulo Dybala is the key and the Argentine would be central to an offer worth £150m.
Despite his considerable talent, Dybala has moved onto the fringes of the Juventus side since Ronaldo's arrival.
The 24-year-old understandably doesn't want to be a second-choice player and is open to a move as soon as January.
One potential problem for the deal is that, according to the report, both players look at Real Madrid and Barcelona as their next destinations.
That could surely be overcome with the right persuasion, however; Juve and United are two of the world's biggest clubs and, more than that, both players seem like good fits for their suitors.
With United seeking that extra creativity in attack and Juve needing more quality & energy in their midfield, the temptation to swap players can't be out of the question.
Deals like this always feel a little outlandish but if it were to happen, could either side really feel like they've lost out?