Manchester United officials doubt Juventus can afford to bring Paul Pogba back to Turin. After a disappointing season, Pogba has been consistently inked with a move away from Old Trafford, with the player himself indicating that Real Madrid might be a preferred destination to work alongside fellow Frenchman Zinedine Zidane.
Related: Klopp Dismisses Juventus Talk
Pogba has also been strongly linked with a move back to Juventus with the Italian champions reportedly lining up a bid, despite the fact they do not currently have a manager. United paid £89million for the 26-year-old Frenchman back in the summer of 2016, four years after allowing him to Join Juve on a free transfer after failing to break into the side under Sir Alex Ferguson.
Now, Juventus want to re-sign him, but sources from United suggest they do not believe they have the finances to fund a deal, as they would want the fee to exceed the £89million they previously paid. Juventus may not have the money in reserve in order to pass FFP regulations, as they paid £99million for Cristiano Ronaldo last summer.