Paulo Dybala has spoken of his "very close" relationship with Paul Pogba as the Juventus centre-forward eyes a potential reunion with his former teammate.
Dybala and Pogba spent a season playing together at Juventus before the latter returned to Manchester United in the summer of 2016.
The pair have recently come face to face in the Champions League, with Dybala scoring the only goal at Old Trafford last month, before Pogba helped United win the reverse match 2-1 in Turin on Wednesday night.
Dybala has said that he would like to be reunited with Pogba amid suggestions that the Frenchman could return to Turin, although the Argentine forward has also previously been linked with a move to Old Trafford.
"It was great to see to see Paul again because we're good friends. The first game [at Old Trafford] was amazing for me, and the second for him," Dybala told reporters.
"But it was just nice to play against him. We have remained in touch since he left [Juventus]. We're still very close and who knows, maybe in the future we can play together again on the same team..."
Dybala has scored six times in 13 appearances for Juventus this season.