Juventus are reportedly ready to make an offer of £125m for Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba.
The World Cup winner revealed over the weekend that he was ready to take on a new challenge away from Old Trafford, although United continue to insist that the 26-year-old is not for sale.
Real Madrid are considered to be the frontrunners for Pogba - who is said to be keen on moving to the Bernabeu - but the Spanish giants could face competition from Juventus.
According to Goal.com, the Serie A champions have decided that they want to secure a reunion with their former player during the summer transfer window.
The report adds that Juve are willing to pay £125m, which is almost £35m more than what they allegedly received for the player in 2016.
United, meanwhile, are said to be happy to hand Pogba a contract worth £500,000 per week in order to keep him in the North-West of England.