Juventus have reportedly identified Sandro Tonali and Paul Pogba for the summertime as their best transfer goals. Pogba was connected with a return to Juventus last summer, despite a transfer to Real Madrid seeming more likely. Eventually, neither materialised and Pogba remained at Manchester United where he’s missed a lot of the season so far through injury. The 26-year-old was Juventus for four years between 2016 and 2012 – winning the Scudetto each season. He made a £95m move to Old Trafford. Since the move, however, the Red Devils have failed to attain the heights of this Sir Alex Ferguson age – when Pogba was at the club as a youth player.

However, having played a key role in France’s World Cup campaign in 2018, Pogba showed he still had lots to offer you. According to Calciomercato, Juventus are ‘dreaming’ of re-signing the Pogba in summer as they look to refurbish their midfield. The Old Lady expects their strong connection with the Frenchman’s agent Mino Raiola can help them to broker a deal. The stumbling block for Juventus is that United are expected to request a fee that is similar to exactly what the Italians received for Pogba. If they don’t succeed with their pursuit of Pogba, it is reported that Juventus will seem to poach Brescia’s Sandro Tonali. Tonali has captured the eye of clubs across Europe with his always impressive performances this season. Tonali is a midfielder who is also adept in a defensive role. It’s known that Brescia will ask for £42m to secure the services of the 19-year-old. Juventus are believed to be leading a pack of clubs such as Inter Milan, Manchester United, Real Madrid, PSG and Liverpool.