Manchester United set to complete stunning summer transfer?


Today’s biggest transfer rumour certainly comes from Italian media outlet TMW who report that Juventus could put Paul Pogba on sale in the upcoming summer transfer window. The reports states that Juventus have eyed three strikers to strengthen their attacking prowess in the summer.

It is believed that the Bianconeri will pursue the services of one among Paulo Dybala, Edinson Cavani and Radamel Falcao. Dybala though could be left out of that list as Palermo President Maurizio Zamparini has mentioned that the player’s transfer price is out of reach for fellow Italian clubs. Dyabala is rated at €40m which Juventus might be unwilling to pay.

Edinson Cavani too could Paris St’ Germain striker but he has been long linked with a move to the Premier League with both Manchester United are Arsenal interested in the Uruguayan’s services. However, the report claim that PSG rate the striker at €55m, a figure that is also out of reach of Juventus.

Finally, the Old Lady have their last option in Radamel Falcao who has disappointed during his current loan spell at Manchester United. We had reported a few days ago that the Colombian could leave United as the Old Trafford side will not be willing to pay further £44mm to Monaco to secure his services on a permanent deal.

United had earlier paid the French side £6m for El Tigre’s services already in the summer. Juventus though believe that they can sign Falcao for €30m but it will be interesting to see how they will pay £265,000 wages a-week. This means the Turin side could sell Pogba in the summer.

The recent developments come just after Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola stated he is ’99 per cent’ sure that his client will reject a possible move to the Premier League to stay at Juventus.

The Frenchman has been linked with a move to Manchester United and Chelsea while several European heavyweights including Real Madrid and Paris St’ Germain are also interested in the 21 year old. Raiola had earlier stated that any potential suitor will need to pay €100m for his client’s signature.

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