Juventus are reportedly unsure if they want to resign Manchester United wantaway star Paul Pogba as they have concerns about his wages.
The Serie A side are understood to be keen to bring the France midfielder back to Italy as he seeks a move away from Old Trafford.
His stock has fallen too, with United slashing £30m off their asking price for Pogba, according to the Sun.
That makes the 26-year-old a much more viable option, with United previously thought to be asking for well in excess of £100m for the player.
Pogba is also an attractive option for Juventus as he is still in contact with a number of players, having spent four successful years in Turin between 2012-2016.
Having seen him barely make just five Premier League starts, United are open to selling their most expensive player of all-time.
They have also added Bruno Fernandes to their ranks to alleviate the issue of a lack of creativity in midfield - Ole Gunnar Solskjaer putting his faith in him immediately by starting the Portuguese just days after he joined.
However, Juve have concerns about Pogba’s wage demands if they were to offer him a five-year contract, according to Tuttosport, via Sport Witness.
It’s thought that the France international would demand in the region of £25m a year.
And with his transfer fee still expected to be over £80m, that could see the Old Lady’s overall outlay reach over £200m for Pogba.
Meanwhile, Pogba has been left out of United’s warm weather training camp in Spain.
Solskjaer has regularly insisted that Pogba remains part of his first-team plans, but the Frenchman appears to have taken another step towards the exit door.
The rest of the Red Devils squad is due to fly to Marbella on Friday morning, with the winter break giving the side a week off.
United are back in action on Monday 17 February when they take on Chelsea.