• Juventus' Paulo Dybala and Federico Bernardeschi are involved in a Paul Pogba swap deal with United, a report says
  • The Serie A champs reportedly hope to land Paul Pogba next summer
  • United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insists he and his midfield star know what's really going on

Manchester United could land two Serie A champions as part of a potential swap deal for Paul Pogba, a report says.

Things have taken a huge turn in Pogba’s Manchester United exit rumors. The World Cup winner’s agent, Mino Raiola, previously stated that his star client could be headed back to Juventus as the reigning Serie A champions are also interested in his possible return.

Now, Juve has offered Dybala and Bernardeschi in exchange for Pogba, ESPN reported, citing unnamed sources. Insiders told the outlet that the Italian champs are “aware” they can’t afford United’s asking price and would have to explore other options, including swapping players.

The 27-year-old left Juventus for United via a £89.3 million ($120.7 million) deal in 2016 and will become a free agent after two years. The Red Devils have exercised their one-year extension option in Pogba’s contract, which is now set to expire in 2022. However, Juventus is looking to close a deal in the next summer transfer window.

Addressing his involvement in Pogba’s possible return to Juventus, Dybala lashed out over the rumors and demanded the “truth” to be told.

"My agent was in Turin for a long time and was never called by the club. It disappoints me to hear talk of invested financial figures," Dybala told Sky Italia. "It would be better if the truth could be told, because talking about those aspects in this period pits the fans against me."

Dynamic duo: Bruno Fernandes and Paul Pogba have instantly formed a potent midfield partnership for Manchester United
Dynamic duo: Bruno Fernandes and Paul Pogba have instantly formed a potent midfield partnership for Manchester United POOL / Alastair Grant

Adding more twists to Pogba’s looming United exit, Raiola was recently spotted in Turin, home of Juventus, Calciomercato reported. The reason for Raiola’s arrival at Turin has yet to be revealed, but reports suggested that the agent could already be working with Juventus for Pogba’s transfer.

Meanwhile, United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer intended not to dwell on his midfielder’s transfer rumors. For the Norwegian, all he cares about is what he sees in Pogba on the pitch.

"Paul [Pogba], he wants to play, he wants to train," Solskjaer said to Sky Sports. "He enjoys football, he wants success, he's ambitious, so when he's on the pitch and on the training field I see a boy who enjoys his football - that's what I care about.”

Solskjaer insisted that he and Pogba know what’s going on and that he is still impressed with the player’s performance.

"What we talk about, him and me, we know what we have discussed,” he added. "He's a player who has got all the attributes. I'm delighted with his performances."