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Paul Pogba to leave Man Utd

Paul Pogba is angling to leave Manchester United and wants to engineer a shock return to Juventus, Italian paper Corriere dello Sport claims.

So much so, that he has told his former Juventus team-mates he wants to rejoin the Bianconeri.

Corriere dello Sport claims Juve are hopeful they can capitalise on Pogba’s breakdown in relationship to prise him away from the Red Devils.

Pogba and Jose Mourinho have had numerous bust-ups in recent months.

Chelsea swap deal

Real Madrid are willing to offer Gareth Bale in a swap deal involving Eden Hazard, Spanish journalist Eduardo Inda reckons.

“Real Madrid are pressing very hard to sign Hazard in January,” Inda told OK Diario.

“The last chance for Chelsea to take a pasture for the player is this winter.

“It is possible to barter with Bale.”

Pulisic deal on

Christian Pulisic is ‘bound’ for the Premier League – but not until the summer, the Mirror say.

Chelsea and Liverpool are keen on the USA international, who has impressed for Borussia Dortmund.

But, despite there being just 18 months on his contract, he will stay put until the summer.

Pulisic is said to have told team-mates he wants to move to England, though, in a huge breakthrough for the Premier League duo.

Emery to axe Arsenal ace

Unai Emery has decided to offload Mohamed Elneny in January.

The Egypt international is yet to play in the Premier League under Emery this season.

And according to The Sun, Emery is desperate to pocket £15m for Elneny in the January transfer window.

Should Emery’s wish be granted and Elneny leaves Arsenal, the Gunners want Villarreal midfielder Pablo Fornals as his replacement.

Lionel Messi to stop Neymar return

Lionel Messi’s strained relationship with Neymar will hinder any stunning Nou Camp return for the Brazilian, Spanish journalist Eduardo Inda says.

“Some think that Neymar is going back to Barcelona,” he told OK Diario.

“He cannot go back because of how things ended up with Messi and financial fair play.

“The relationship [with Messi] was regrettable. With Luis Suarez the relationship is exceptional.”