Juventus are reportedly willing to offer Paulo Dybala and Alex Sandro to Manchester United this summer.
However, the Red Devils will have to swap World Cup winner Paul Pogba in order to do so.
The France midfielder has been linked with a move away from Old Trafford for the past 12 months, with Real Madrid seemingly his most likely destination.
Zinedine Zidane is reportedly ready to meet United’s £120m valuation of the 26-year-old, but may need to offload outcast Gareth Bale in order to do so.
While Juve may not possess the necessary funds to make a deal happen, they do have something which could turn the odds in their favour.
According to the Daily Express, Juventus want to use United’s interest in Dybala and Sandro to their advantage.
The Old Lady are ready to offer both players in order to bring Pogba back to Turin.
The central midfielder left Old Trafford for Juve in 2012 – winning four successive Serie A titles.
But Champions League success has continued to elude the Italians, who were dumped out of this year’s competition at the quarter-final stage by Ajax.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has warned the Red Devils board he wants all of his transfer dealing done by July 1.
Having missed out on Champions League football for next year, the Norwegian is painfully aware of how far off the pace United are, particularly behind champions Manchester City and arch-rivals Liverpool.
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Solskjaer said: “We’re going to sit down and go through all the plans.
“And we’ll be ready when 1 July comes. There will be no excuses.
“You never get a break from football. You always think about it.