Pogba, who is 28 years old, is out of contract in the summer, and according to the transfer expert, there is no agreement in place to agree on new terms.
Jones, speaking to GiveMeSport only hours after Romano’s Dybala update, had this to say about the Italian giants perhaps wanting to re-sign the Frenchman as a result:
“Now that the issue around Dybala has become evident, I’m advised to keep an eye out for Juve turning their attention to Pogba.” This changes the squad’s salary structure, and I view this as the start of yet another Pogback story.”
Pogba’s agency said at the start of the current season that a return to Turin may be appealing to him.
United are allegedly preparing for life without the French midfielder, and while losing their club-record acquisition for free would be a financial blow, it may be the smartest move in the long term.
Injury has kept him out for much of the season, and he has only scored once in all competitions this season, so a fresh start for United and Pogba might be beneficial to both parties, especially with a new manager ready to take over at Old Trafford in the summer.