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Juventus receive €120 million offer for Pogba from Real Madrid

Roma midfielder Miralem Pjanic would be his replacement.

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Real Madrid offered €120 million for Paul Pogba, according to Gazzetta Dello Sport. Zidane wants to coach the French midfielder and Los Blancos are finally willing to negotiate with Juventus and agent Mino Raiola for the player. Several reports from Italy suggest that Roma midfielder Miralem Pjanic will be Pogba's replacement in Juventus as soon as the Frenchman leaves Turin.

Either way, it will be a long summer for Pogba and Real Madrid as the midfielder has been getting interest from other clubs.

However, Real Madrid and Juventus will be talking about Álvaro Morata's buyback clause and that's something that could pave the way for a potential deal for Pogba if Los Blancos show their good will about the Spanish attacker.

Although the latest reports indicate that James will not be sold this summer, it seems that one player out of Isco and the Colombian playmaker will have to leave if Pogba becomes a Madrid player.

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