Mourinho willing to sell Pogba to Juve – but he wants something in return

Manchester United have made it pretty clear they’re not willing to sell £89million signing Paul Pogba.

The Red Devils even turned down a big bid from Barcelona for his services in this summer’s transfer window, after the midfielder caught the eye of the Catalan giants at the World Cup.

But according to a rather sensational report from Italy, Jose Mourinho would apparently be prepared to part company with Pogba – though, one pretty big condition would have to be met first.

That condition is Juventus agreeing to sell them Argentine boy-wonder – and heir to the Lionel Messi throne (in some people’s eyes) Paulo Dybala.

At first glance the mooted swap deal sounds completely implausible, but Dybala doesn’t get as much game time at Juventus as you might think.

Since Cristiano Ronaldo joined the Serie A giants in the summer, the Italian club has changed the away it attacks to suit the Portuguese.

And Dybala may feel a move is required at this stage in his career to ensure it continues to head in the right direction.

Italian publication Calciomercato adds that a number of other clubs including Real Madrid and Barcelona are keeping tabs on the Argentine.

But because of the crazy numbers involved in one team buying Dybala outright, a swap deal with another player who would also demand an eye-watering transfer fee might just suit all parties involved.

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