Juventus are ready to sell Paul Pogba to Manchester United for a world record fee.
La Stampa’s front page declares ‘Green light for Pogba’, with the midfielder’s agent, Mino Raiola, now brokering a fee between the two clubs.
The only debating point is when the deal should go through. United want the transfer to be concluded this week, but Juve would prefer to wait.
Juve want to close the signing of Dinamo Zagreb midfielder Marko Pjaca before losing Pogba.
The outline of a deal has been struck: United will pay €100 million, with a further €23 million due in bonuses. Pogba will receive a five-year contract worth €75 million.