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Amid reports that Jose Mourinho is looking to bring Paul Pogba back to Old Trafford, the just appointed Mourinho manager vetoed signing Miralem Pjanic in order to focus on Pogba . Formally keen on buying Pjanic from Roma but later decided against signing the 26-year-old, whose move to Juve could work to United’s advantage as the club focuses on re-signing Pogba. Any deal however, would be concluded after the Euros.
Pogba who left United for Turin four years ago on a free transfer after he grew frustrated at a lack of first team opportunities under Sir Alex Ferguson, could be willing to return to his former club to work under Jose Mourinho, who attempted to sign him for Chelsea last summer.
But Mourinho’s new employers will face intense competition from Real Madrid, in particular, who last week was reported to have already been in discussions with Pogba’s representatives over a potential €8 million-per-year salary.
Agent Mino Raiola earlier this week claimed he has been in discussions over a move to Real Madrid,
While Juventus confirmed that the only concrete offer on the table for Pogba,  is from current Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint-Germain.and that they are yet to receive any bids from Manchester United. The Manchester side has requested a meeting with Juventus over the transfer for £54million plus Robin van Persie, according to Inside reports.
Barcelona, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich are all on for the midfielder and is said to have submitted their interest in the 22-year-old Juventus star .
Contradicting this source, Juventus chief executive Giuseppe Marotta insists that no official bids have been made for the France midfielder.
“We have not received any offers,” Marotta said. Presently Pogba  “ is a fundamental and indispensable player for the present and future of Juventus.”
However. despite Juve's stance, they are expected to sell their prized asset this summer. Pogba is contracted to the Turin club until 2019 and a stellar Euro 2016 could see his valuation soar and convince Juventus to cash in.

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