Juventus are prepared to offload Paulo Dybala in order to bring Paul Pogba back from Manchester United, according to reports.
Pogba, 25, rejoined United from Juve in 2016 for £89million, a then-world record fee, but his future has been uncertain.
According to the Daily Mirror, the Italian champions want to bring Pogba back to Turin and are ready to sell Argentine forward Dybala to fund that deal.
Juve believe 24-year-old Dybala is worth around £100m and a deal for Pogba could be agreed £150m.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s arrival this summer from Real Madrid has seen Dybala fall out of favour in Max Allegri’s team.
Juve are considering using Dybala as a swap-plus-money deal to bring Pogba back to Turin.
The Italians believe they can capitalise on the fallout between the United midfielder and manager Jose Mourinho.
Mourinho told Pogba not to air his grievances in the media and said if he wants to quit the club “again” he should ask for a transfer.
Victory against Watford on Saturday night will have eased the tensions at Old Trafford.