Italia Serie A giants, Juventus are making a move to take back midfielder Paul Pogba from Manchester United in January.

However, the move is most likely to be a loan deal, with United unlikely to let go.

Pogba has been heavily linked with a return to Turin, and the Bianconeri met with agent Mino Raiola on Monday.

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According to Quotidiano Sportivo, Juve want to do a deal as soon as January, which would involve a loan with an option or obligation to buy.

It remains unlikely, however, that the Red Devils would allow one of their biggest assets to leave during the season, especially as Mourinho may not be in charge for 2019-20.

Pogba joined Manchester United in 2016 after four years at Juventus.

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