Tuttosport: Juve plan a bold double swoop involving Pjanic and Khedira
- According to the latest piece from Tuttosport, Juve plan to overhaul their midfield
- The plan is to swap Pjanic and Khedira with Ramsey and Pogba
- The Bosnian midfielder is believed to be a tidbit for a number of clubs
According to Tuttosport, Juventus will try to bring in Aaron Ramsey and Paul Pogba next summer, shipping off Sami Khedira and Miralem Pjanic at the same time.
It is now believed that Ramsey has all but agreed personal terms with Juve, and will be now joined by Paul Pogba, even though ex-Juventus player has all but rediscovered his flying form after Jose Mourinho’s dismissal.
It would be a switch-back to Turin for Pogba, who wore the Black-and-White from 2012 to 2016, before he was shipped off to Manchester United for a world record fee of €105m plus bonuses fee.
To make the squad more competitive and CL-oriented, the Old Lady plan to sell Pjanic and Khedira to cover the arrival of two high-profile Premier League players.
There is no shortage of interest in Bosnia international Pjanic, with Manchester United allegedly being involved, so a potential swap deal could also be on the cards.
Paris Saint-Germain have also been linked with Pjanic, who spent the early years of his illustrious career in Ligue 1 with Metz and Olympique Lyonnais.
The 28-year-old free kick specialist has just extended his contract with Juve a few months ago until June 2023.
He arrived from Roma for €32m in the summer of 2016.