Pogba back to Juventus chatter starting to intensify

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the transfer market developed differently during the summer than all previous ones, but there were many more shops, and the most important ones can be seen here. The window may be closed in the major European competitions, but here are the best rumours from around the world.

TOP STORY: Pogba-Juve rumors heating

When you start talking about Paul Pogba, it usually becomes a big discussion because his name is of great importance.

Italian journalist Tancredi Palmieri has hinted that Manchester United will receive an exchange offer from Juventus in January, with winged Paulo Dybal moving to Old Trafford.

While transfer guru Fabrizio Romano tweeted, Juventus sports director Fabio Paratiti Mediaset had also posted some interesting comments on the winner of the world championship in France.

Paratitic, Juventus sports director: We know the value of Paul Pogba so well. We also know its price, so let’s see what happens. #Juve #MUFC

– 7. Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) 8. Fabrizio Romano. December 2020.

Pogba, who played between 2012 and 16 years with Juva, seems unhappy with his current situation at United with agent Mino Ryola, who told Tuttosporta Monday that I can say it’s over for Paul Pogba at Manchester United.

We therefore leave it up to you to decide in which direction this goes.

Fault! The file name is not specified. Paul Poggie’s time at Man United seems to be running out, but can he go back to a familiar place? Photo by Matthew Ashton – AMA/Getty Images


Trio of large clubs around Correa Lazio


According to Calciomercato, Juventus, AC Milan and Atletico Madrid turn to Joaquin Correa Lazio.

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On Tuesday, the Argentine went 2-2 in the Champions League, allowing the club to reach the knockout phase for the first time since 2000. Juventus and Atletico have both looked at the 26-year-old in the past and it seems that they have not left him, while the interest of Milan will continue to grow when Hakan Calhanoglu leaves.

The report proposes that each signatory to Correa should contribute between EUR 50 and 55 million.

Juventus and Milan compete for the Rüdiger

It has already been said that Barcelona is being sued by Antonio Rudiger of Chelsea, but it seems that they have some competition from Juventus and AK Milan.

That is, according to information from Calciomercato, who writes that Juventus Germany wants to be international because of his injuries, while Milan does not believe that they have an alternative to Simon Chiaire.

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Colin Udo wonders if Wilfried Zaha missed an opportunity to become one of the big boys in the Premier League.

It is thought that Chelsea is looking for 18 million euros for Rüdiger, but there may be room to negotiate that price. After failing to land at Stamford Bridge in the summer, it seems that Rüdiger has many options when the transfer window appears in January.


— There have been numerous reports of Christian Eriksen leaving the Internazionale. However, Calciomercato suggests that the Dane is not the only one who can leave San Siro.

The report showed that Raja Ningolan is wanted by Cagliari, but that he could join another club, that Mathias Vecino could also be available, and that Andrea Pinamonti could be borrowed or used in a transaction to take someone else with him.

— … Jonathan Tah, who belongs to the Premier League, admitted he was open to the idea of moving to England. The central defender of Bayer Leverkusen told Goal and SPOX : I love the Premier League. I always have. I always felt that my style of playing would be a good match for England.

The physical preparation of the competition and the need to think fast are the qualities that suit my game. Opinions differ about the best league in the world – for me it’s the Premier League.

— Could Emily Sonnett’s defender be a USWNT nest egg trying to move to England?

Athletic’s Meg Linehan reports that clubs in England and Germany are interested in Sonnett, while the defender’s agent shows that she currently has two offers. Sonnett, 27 years old, is currently playing for FC Copparbergs/Gothenburg in Sweden.

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