Juventus are reportedly the frontrunners to sign Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba in the summer, as the Old Lady have already made a contract offer to acquire his services ahead of next season.
Pogba is set to part ways with the Red Devils, with his contract coming to an end in July.
Paris Saint-Germain have already made their move, while potential suitors Real Madrid have not presented an official offer.
According to the Mirror, Juventus will offer the France international a £8m-a-year deal, as well as a big bonus and a signing-on fee.
The Serie A club reportedly want Pogba to lead their project.
They are willing to build a team around him, with Dusan Vlahovic being the other star in next season’s squad, as both Paulo Dybala and Giorgio Chiellini are both expected to depart.
Should Juventus manage to lure Pogba to Turin, that will be the Frenchman’s second spell at the Old Lady. He joined the Serie A side back in 2012 from Manchester United, who spent 89m pounds to sign him back four years later.
The Mirror are also reporting that Manchester City were offered the opportunity to sign Pogba, who would prefer to depart the Premier League and try his luck elsewhere.