Manchester United are open to agreeing a swap deal with Juventus for Paul Pogba in the summer transfer window. The France international has hinted he’s open to a move at the end of the season.
Juventus, Real Madrid and PSG are all eyeing the midfielder, while Inter Milan have also been credited with interest in the World Cup winner.
United are aware the coronavirus pandemic will affect the summer transfer window, with clubs unlikely to pay large fees.
And according to Italian newspaper Tuttosport, United are willing to agree a swap deal with Juventus involving Pogba.
The Red Devils are said to be eyeing former Arsenal star Aaron Ramsey and Adrien Rabiot.
Either player could be used in a player-plus-cash deal to entice United to sell Pogba.
Tuttosport also add that United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward has lowered his asking price for Pogba from £150m to £100m due to the coronavirus outbreak.