The Juventus winger Paul Pogba is set to leave this coming summer, with speculation mounting on his future for some time now.
The Italian club have been reluctant to speculate on the highly rated youngster, but it appears that every player has their price, and the Serie A Champions admit that a big transfer fee might be hard to hold off.
Juventus have always stated that Pogba is a key player in the future of the club, but the contract rebel may want to leave whilst he can.
However, the Italian’s are also looking at Fernando, who is at Porto, who was a previous target for Premier League sides Chelsea and Manchester City.
The Brazilian born player was all set to sign for Manchester City on deadline day, however a move fell through at the 11th hour, due to the players’ complicated third-party ownership arrangements but have definitely changed Fernando’s outlook.
Porto were close to getting Fernando to sign a new deal, however, it seems that there will be a two way tussle for his signature.
And Juventus could sell Pogba to make the move possible, with former club Manchester United, and oil rich PSG keen on the Frenchman.
Pogba signed for the Turin club in the summer of 2012 from Manchester United, after playing just three games at Old Trafford, however, in Turin, he is considered a maverick maestro.
By Ben Reardon