Juventus might be looking to add more bricks to their fence as they prepare to hijack Pogba, Isco and Ligt.
With the current turmoils going on at Old Trafford, Pogba might be planning a sweet come-back to Allianz stadium.
Lately, the former Juventus player, Paul Pogba has been having a slippery relationship with his boss, Jose Mourinho.
Paul Pogba’s performance reduced greatly ever since he arrived Old Trafford from Italy.
According to Tuttosport, The Old Ladies have set out plans of making their team stronger in the coming year.
Recycling Pogba back to an Old Lady have been Juve’s plan for quite a long time now ever since he became a Red Devil.
Pogba’s convert might materialize following Manchester’s decision to let him go if a reasonable proposal pops up in the January transfer market.
Also on the Italian’s list is their MVP’s former team-mate, Isco Alarcón .
Isco is really a great player and would spice up Juve’s style of play if he finally becomes an Old Lady and Madrid’s manager, Santiago Solari seems not to be seeing that.
Solari, taking over from Lopetegui who failed Los Blancos, has found a hard time featuring the Spanish midfielder, Isco Alarcón in his line-ups.
An incident that seems somewhat like an insult to Isco’s height as a player was staged in their last match when Isco was left to play against a team that Madrid was 100% sure of beating them, even with their youth team.
But Isco, haven been assured by his team’s management to let him go in January if an offer arrives, will definitely endure all that is happening now at Santiago Bernabeu.
Secure a place at Allianz and come back for revenge probably in the Champions league when the two sides eventually meets.
The last name on the list is Ajax’s defender, Matthijs de Ligt. Born in 1999, Ligt has already attracted top-flight teams like Barcelona, PSG and Juventus into demanding for his services in their team.
On the other hand, Ajax have seen an opportunity to raise a whooping sum and they sure will take advantage of it.
Demanding at least 50million euro to let the 19 year old defender go, Ajax are not looking to reduce their price tag.
Although Juventus are most likely to be the one with the upper hand in the deal.