First published by vitalfootball.co.uk

The axing of Jose Mourinho and the interim appointment of Ole Gunnar Solksjaer may have eased any fears of Paul Pogba leaving Old Trafford in the January transfer window, but has it only delayed the inevitable?

The reason I ask is that lurking among the plethora of transfer speculation and lurking in the Italian news vehicle, calciomercato, is the inference that Manchester United may let Pogba leave this summer.

Seemingly, according to our quoted source, Manchester United will consider a deal that would see 25-year-old Pogba make a return to Juventus but only if the Turin based side were to sell Manchester United their 28-year-old Brazilian winger, Douglas Costa, in return.

Clearly, it is, as we stated earlier, just all speculation at the moment and a lot can happen between now and the summer, but is it a move that would get your approval or would the Serie A side be getting the better of the deal?

Your thoughts on the proposed deal would be most welcome in our comment facility beneath this article.

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