Juventus have reportedly entered talks with Paul Pogba's agent Mino Raiola over a move for the Manchester United man.
Raiola recently caused a stir by claiming that the 27-year-old's career at Old Trafford is "over" - an admission which is understood to have left Ole Gunnar Solskjaer furious given the timing of Raiola's announcement.
Pogba's agent revealed the news 24 hours before United's make-or-break match with RB Leipzig in the Champions League, and United's exit from Europe's elite tournament was confirmed with a 3-2 defeat on the night.
Pogba's former club Juventus have since been tipped to swoop for their former player, and according to Italian journalist Carlo Garganese, the Old Lady have made contact with Raiola over a potential move.
The report states that a January move could be on the cards, but Pogba is more likely to head for the Old Trafford exit door in the summer transfer window, and the World Cup-winning Frenchman is Juventus' priority target for 2021.
Pogba scored 34 goals and set up 40 more for Juventus before returning to the Red Devils in 2016, where he still has 18 months left to run on his contract.