Manchester United are ready to sell Paul Pogba in January and could work out an exchange deal with Juventus full-back Alex Sandro, claims The Mirror.
According to the English newspaper, Jose Mourinho’s future is now irrelevant to the situation, as the club is prepared to off-load their €110m signing following a series of clashes.
Juve are first in line, as he felt at home in Turin and spent the best years of his career in the Bianconeri jersey.
While Manchester United would prefer an exchange with Miralem Pjanic or Paulo Dybala, that is out of the question.
Alex Sandro, however, is on the market after failing to live up to last season’s performances.
With Leonardo Spinazzola starting to return from a long injury lay-off and Mattia De Sciglio playing well in a variety of roles, the Brazilian is no longer locked down.
Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea had already engaged in a bidding war for Alex Sandro last season, reaching approximately €70m.