Juventus are hoping to tempt Paul Pogba back to Turin with a £10m-a-year deal for the Manchester United man, according to a report.
The World Cup-winning Frenchman is yet to commit his future to the Red Devils beyond 2022 and could still be available on a free transfer at the end of the season.
Juventus and Real Madrid are thought to be the frontrunners for Pogba's signature, and the midfielder recently hinted that a return to the Old Lady could be on the cards.
According to La Gazzetta Dello Sport, Juventus are putting together a £10m yearly salary package for Pogba, which would see the 28-year-old pocket a weekly wage of £190k in Turin.
However, United are thought to be lining up a bumper new contract worth £400k a week at Old Trafford, meaning that Pogba would have to accept a pay cut in order to return to Serie A.
Pogba boasts seven assists from as many Premier League games this season and is expected to start for France in Sunday's UEFA Nations League final with Spain.