Inter: Marotta wants to hijack Juventus’ bid to sign Pogba

24 November at 10:00
Beppe Marotta will soon be named as Inter’s new CEO and the former Juventus director is already thinking about the next players to sign in January and in the summer. One of those could be Paul Pogba, Tuttosport reports.

Pogba is reported to have told his friends that he is tempted by a return to Italy and Juventus in the summer but Marotta has a special relationship with the player and his agent Mino Raiola and hopes to convince the Frenchman to move to the San Siro, should he really leave the Old Trafford at the end of the season.

Pogba denied that he has problems with the manager of Manchester United José Mourinho although before the Champions League game played in Turin he claimed that their relationship ‘is a normal relationship between a player and a manager’.

The 2018 France World Cup winner could make return to Italy in the summer and both Inter and Juve will be battling it out to sign him.

Despite Inter's interest in Pogba, Lazio star Milinkovic-Savic remains the Nerazzurri's top target for next summer.
 

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