Juventus are keeping an eye on the situation of Paul Pogba and could even make a move next summer if the wage situation allows them to do so.
La Gazzetta dello Sport have reported today that regrets about Pogba have increased since his performance for France against Belgium recently but like it has been the case in the past, the wages and cost have held the Bianconeri back.
But since Pogba’s current deal at Man Utd runs out next summer, it could allow Juve a much favourable time to make a move. Juve still believe that Pogba’s wage demand of €15 million a season is unsustainable and they would want him to take a wage cut.
But the Old Lady’s chances of signing him could increase if they can sell Aaron Ramsey, Adrien Rabiot and Weston McKennie. This will ease their wage bill, allowing more funds to be allocated for Pogba.