DEPARTING Manchester United star Paul Pogba is considering a lucrative bid to rejoin Juventus, reports suggest.
That is according to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, who reports that Juve are offering Pogba a salary of around €8million (£6.8m) per year plus add-ons.
The Bianconeri are now awaiting their former player's "final answer" after United confirmed he will be leaving Old Trafford as a free agent once his contract runs out on June 30.
Negotiations are ongoing with the star midfielder's agent amid a busy transfer window for Juventus, who also tied Mattia de Sciglio up with a new deal until 2025.
Romano tweeted: "Juventus have offered Paul Pogba a salary around €8m net guaranteed per season plus add-ons, waiting for the final answer.
"Direct contacts ongoing for weeks with his agent – while Mattia de Sciglio signs new Juventus deal until June 2025."
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Pogba spent four years at Juventus after being offloaded by United in 2012.
The France international's stunning performances in Turin convinced the Red Devils to splash a club record £89m fee to re-sign him in 2016.
However, the 29-year-old struggled to meet expectations and is now looking for his new destination.
The Frenchman issued a heartfelt statement on social media and admitted he felt "privileged" to represent the Manchester giants.
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Pogba posted on Instagram: "I feel privileged to have played for this club.
"Many beautiful moments and memories but most importantly an unconditional support from the fans. Thank you."
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