Juventus have reportedly offered former Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba a three-year contract worth £ 135,000 a week and bonuses.
According to Mail Online Football, further negotiations between the player and the team are expected next week before the 29-year-old player makes a decision.
The French midfielder recently left United as a free agent when his contract expires this summer, meaning Juvetus could sign him for free.
The Italian giants had signed Pogba, also free of charge, in 2012 when he failed to agree terms with Old Trafford before the Premier League club signed him for £ 89m, but he is now free again.
It is reported that lawyer Rafaela Pimenta, who took over as Pogba’s agent after Mino Raiola’s death, will be in Turin in the coming weeks to make the deal legal.
Juventus are understood to be hoping to sign a deal, but if things go awry with Paris Saint-Germain they could sign a deal with other European giants Real Madrid and Manchester City who are also said to be interested in the past.
Wojciech Szczesny of Juve enjoys the hope of Pogba’s return.
Szczesny, as reported by Solezwe, said: ‘I would be happy to see that happen. He has done well in his last season at Juventus so he will be a great addition to the team.
‘He is a good player with experience and has good memories from Turin.’