Juventus are reportedly willing to offer Manchester United one of three players in an attempt to lure Paul Pogba back to the Allianz Stadium.
The Italian champions are understood to be keen to re-sign Pogba after more than two years away and could make a move as early as January, although a summer deal is more likely to be successful for Juve.
The Express reports that Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici has drawn up plans which he hopes will convince United to sell the World Cup-winning midfielder, including the possibility of using another player as a makeweight.
Paratici is reportedly set to give United the choice of including one of Medhi Benatia, Alex Sandro or Mario Mandzukic in any deal, with all three of those players having been linked to United in the past.
United are particularly eager to bring in defensive reinforcements when the transfer window reopens, having failed to strengthen that area of the field during the summer.
Pogba made 178 appearances during his four years as a Juventus player, lifting the Serie A title in each season.