Juventus chief admits club have considered Paul Pogba bid with Man Utd future in turmoilDecember 4, 2018
The midfielder left the Italian giants in 2016 for a record-breaking fee of £89 million, but he has failed to live up to expectations at Manchester United.
Pogba has struggled under the management of Jose Mourinho this season and his future at Old Trafford looks uncertain.
As a result, a number of Europe's biggest clubs have been tracking the World Cup winner ahead of the January transfer window.
Juventus sporting director Paratici has revealed that his club are still interested in bringing back Pogba back to Italy.
He said: "A return? We have already discussed this many times.
"He's a great player we've had before and are fond of, but now he players for Manchester United.
"We are exploring the market, the president and Pavel Nedved, with the help of coach [Massimiliano] Allegri.
"To improve the team we are always careful. We still have great players and we enjoy them. It will not be easy to always have so many strong ones."
Pogba spent four years with the Serie A champions before he completed his switch to the Premier League.
But he has been at loggerheads with Mourinho this season and he has already threatened to leave the club in the new year.
Following the club's 2-2 draw with Southampton, Mourinho accused Pogba of being a virus that is infecting the rest of his team.
But the France international has told the United boss that his tactics are holding him back at Old Trafford.
La Liga giants Barcelona are also reportedly among the teams monitoring the under-fire 25-year-old.
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