Juventus are ready to step up their pursuit of Manchester United's Paul Pogba, and they are prepared to sell five key players in order to raise transfer funds.
Real Madrid had been the clear favourites to sign Pogba this summer, but Juventus recently expressed their interest in bringing Pogba back for a second spell at the club, with a fee of around £100m being suggested.
Joao Cancelo, Mario Mandzukic, Douglas Costa, Mattia Perin and Juan Cuadrado are all named as likely casualties, and selling all five players would likely raise more than enough money.
Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici confirmed the club's interest in Pogba whilst speaking at the recent Football Leader 2019 event (via Goal), insisting that he will discuss their pursuit of the United star with their new manager, perhaps Maurizio Sarri of Chelsea.
Pogba remains a huge fan of Juventus and recently flew to Turin to celebrate the career of retiring defender Andrea Barzagli. He is said to be incredibly eager to return, having grown disillusioned with life in the Premier League and the fans' treatment of him.
When asked about a potential return to Juventus back in November, Pogba confessed that he had missed the club and life in Italy, and it remains to be seen whether Juventus can raise the required funds.