Juventus will ask for cash plus Edinson Cavani should Paris Saint-Germain make a move for Paul Pogba in the summer.
The France international has been heavily linked with a number of top European clubs, including Real Madrid, Chelsea and Manchester United.
But it is the Ligue 1 leaders who have been consistently rumoured to be tracking the 21-year-old, with several stories emerging that they would be willing to pay upwards of €60m for the midfielder.
However, Tuttosport have led with the news this morning that should Laurent Blanc’s men come back in for Pogba during the off-season, the Bianconeri will ask for Cavani in return, plus cash.
It is suggested that Antonio Conte’s outfit would accept a much lower fee than €60m, but that would be cancelled out by the Uruguayan striker’s supposed transfer fee and wages.
The former Napoli man is apparently keen to return to Italy, having become disillusioned with life in the French capital.
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