Juventus could launch a bid to re-sign Paul Pogba from Manchester United this summer, according to reports.
It is claimed by Tuttosport that Juve bosses have been intrigued by the possibility of Pogba returning to Turin ever since they sold him to United for a then world-record £89.3million fee in 2016.
The report adds that Juve will only attempt to sign Pogba if Miralem Pjanic leaves the club and it is claimed that Manchester City and Barcelona are both interested in the Bosnia midfielder.
Pogba has impressed during France's run to the World Cup final and earlier this week explained why he has been playing so well for his country.
"This is not the same team [as United], this is the French team, the other is Manchester. It's not the same system, I'm not doing the same thing," he said.
"Of course the relationship with Mourinho and Deschamps is not the same, they are two different people.
"I always listen to what they say to me, whether it's Mourinho or Deschamps. Both help me improve, I’m learning from both coaches."
Meanwhile, this Calciomercato report says Inter Milan have made an opening offer for United defender Matteo Darmian.
It is claimed that Inter have offered to initially take Darmian on loan with an obligation to buy the player for €13million (£11.5million).
Juventus have reportedly bid the same amount for the 28-year-old but United are optimistically holding out for €20million (£17.7million).