Juventus and Paul Pogba will ask Adidas for help getting the midfielder away from Manchester United, claim the Corriere dello Sport.
The newspaper and Sportitalia transfer expert Alfredo Pedullà maintain Pogba’s sponsors could play a key role in bringing the midfielder back to Turin.
He has a contract with Manchester United until 2021 and earns circa €15m per year, but is by many accounts doing everything he can to break away from Old Trafford.
According to the latest reports from Italy, Juve and Pogba will appeal to Adidas – who have a massive contract worth €408m until June 2027 with the Bianconeri – to reunite them.
It would still be incredibly difficult, especially if Juventus are to shell out €70m plus a salary running to €12m per year net and bonuses for Ajax defender Matthijs de Ligt.
Manchester United are asking for €150m to part with Pogba, as the World Cup winner is also wanted by Real Madrid.