With his departure from Manchester United on the horizon, Paul Pogba had been free to discuss his future with other clubs since January.
Failing to ever really match his then-world-record price tag with performances on the pitch, the World Cup winner's next destination always seemed limited to a few options.
Reports suggest a return to Serie A and Juventus is imminent.
TOP STORY – POGBA SET FOR FOUR-YEAR DEAL AT JUVENTUS
Paul Pogba is expected to complete medical in Turin this weekend to open the path for a free transfer to Juventus, according to Sky Sports.
Leaving Manchester United at the end of June upon the expiry of his contract, the move to Juve would see him return to the club where he spent four years and established his reputation.
Upon completion of his medical, the 29-year-old is reportedly set to sign a four-year deal with the club.
This comes after Pogba turned down what was reported to be a 3.5 percent increase on his wages at Manchester United.
- Bayern Munich have reached a verbal agreement with Juve's Matthijs de Ligt amid interest from Chelsea, according to Sport1.
- Tottenham are keen on signing Villarreal's Pau Torres despite the impending arrival of Clement Lenglet, the Mirror is reporting.
- Newcastle United are willing to meet Bayer Leverkusen's asking price for Moussa Diaby, per the Telegraph.
- New Paris Saint-Germain boss Christophe Galtier hopes Neymar can stay at the club amid speculation over his future, The Sun is reporting.