Italian club are believed to be best placed to sign the young Red Devils midfielder, with his Old Trafford contract set to run out following the end of the current campaign
Juventus are believed to be in pole position to sign Manchester United youngster Paul Pogba.
The 18-year-old moved to Old Trafford in 2009 after leaving Le Havre under controversial circumstances, as the Red Devils were cleared of any wrongdoing since the youngster had not been contractually bound to the French club.
Now, however, the young midfielder is believed to be frustrated at having not broken through the ranks and is thought to be exploring his options.
The former Le Havre player's contract with United expires at the end of June, and he is free to speak to other clubs concerning a potential move away from Old Trafford.
Now, The Sunday Mirror has reported that Juventus are currently the best placed club to secure the signature of the talented youngster.
Meanwhile, Goal.com has exclusively revealed that Manchester City are also plotting to capture Pogba.
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