Juve are willing to make a huge loss
Juventus are reportedly willing to offload Paul Pogba for just £10m this summer.
Pogba has endured a miserable time since returning to Turin and made just 10 appearances, registering one assist after suffering a number of injuries throughout the course of the season.
According to Gazella Dello Sport, Pogba looks set to move on after 12 months in Italy and has been offered a three-year contract worth €100m plus bonuses by Saudi Pro League side, Al-Ittihad.
Karim Benzema and N’Golo Kanté have already joined the club and the arrival of the 30-year-old would represent another significant coup.
The Frenchman was recently spotted visiting the Kingdom as part of his pilgrimage to the holy Islamic city of Mecca but remained coy when asked if he would be playing his football in Saudi Arabia.
Answering on TikTok, he said: “I don’t know if you will be able to see me in the Saudi league. Not today… we don’t know tomorrow.
“Al-Ittihad or Al-Ahly? We don’t know, we’ll see.”
A number of other high-profile Juventus players could also be leaving the club to balance the books after recently being told that they would no longer be allowed to compete in Europe following a suspended point deduction.
Dušan Vlahović and Federico Chiesa are among two of the biggest names, with Chelsea interested in the Serbian forward while Newcastle and Aston Villa are rumoured to be eyeing up Chiesa.
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