Manchester United are reportedly open to signing Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey in a part-exchange deal for Paul Pogba.
With just a year left on his contract, Pogba could be allowed to leave Old Trafford during the next transfer window, four years after arriving from Juventus.
The Italian giants have long been linked with a reunion with the World Cup winner, providing that they can reach a compromise over the finances.
According to Calciomercato, that could leave Ramsey being used as a makeweight in the deal after a mixed first campaign in Turin.
While injuries have played their part, the 29-year-old has only made 11 starts and nine substitute outings in Serie A and the Champions League.
Despite the financial implications of the coronavirus pandemic, United will also expect to receive a fee from Juventus should they allow Pogba to spend a second spell in Italy.