Manchester United would allow Paul Pogba to join Juventus in a swap deal, but in exchange, they do not want Aaron Ramsey.
With a return to the Italian outfit in the pipeline, the Frenchman is set to abandon Old Trafford in the summer.
Instead of negotiating a transfer fee, United are willing to discuss a trade agreement, but only for certain teams.
Ramsey is of no concern, Calciomercato says, and neither is winger Douglas Costa.
For 18 months, the Welshman was in Turin, but he was able to scale the heights he had at Arsenal.
Meanwhile, Costa is currently on loan from Bayern Munich.
The perfect option for the Bianconeri, who invested in new faces in the summer, is a player swap.
Mirror Sport understands that, after the club agreed that he will not sign a new contract, Pogba would be able to leave Manchester.
They are now looking to find the best deal possible and, if they get the right player, they might also strengthen their team.
Recently, when his agent Mino Raiola proclaimed his time “over” at Old Trafford, Pogba’s future was thrown into question again.
Previously, the Frenchman and his representatives were calling for a step abroad, but United remained firm.
They look set to budge and break ties with the player this time around.
Raiola reported back in December that, in Manchester, his client was no longer happy.