Less than 24 hours after Paul Pogba starred for France in their 1-0 victory over Germany in Euro 2020, the midfielder’s future at Manchester United is again a topic of discussion.

Calciomercato state the 28-year-old’s future is to be written and Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain have him on their agenda.

With a year left on his contract at Old Trafford, it’s claimed the midfielder ‘can leave’ the Red Devils this summer.

PSG sporting director Leonardo ‘talks to’ the player’s agent, Mino Raiola, as the Ligue 1 side’s chief ‘dreams’ of bringing the World Cup winner to Paris. The Old Lady, on the other hand, haven’t given up hope of signing the France international for the second time.

Juve ‘hope to set up a negotiation’ with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side by including Cristiano Ronaldo as part of the discussion to take Pogba.

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The Portugal international’s sale to United could help the Turin club get their main midfield target.

Manchester United, for their part, have no intention of offering any discounts and want at least €55-60m for Pogba, which still sounds cheap.

Juventus are keeping contacts alive, most likely with Raiola, and won’t rule out taking the player on a free transfer in 2022.