Pogba wants a return to Italian side and his ex-team Juventus.
Reports from Tuttosport, suggest that French midfielder Paul Pogba wants to move away from his present club Manchester United and join his ex-club Juventus.
Reports says that Pogba is frustrated with his life at the Red Devils and was linked to Spanish champions Barca.
Barcelona too are looking for options to strengthen their side especially after the departure of Andres Iniesta who departed at the end of the last season, and the club know that they have a big gap to fill. Replacing Andres Iniesta is not possible for the Spanish side but they are looking for replacements.
Even Barcelona boss Ernesto Valverde was impressed with the performance of Pobga in the World cup and was keen to offer him a contract at Camp Nou.
The midfielder left the Italian side two years ago to join Manchester United but now wants to join Juventus again.
Pogba was seen speaking up with his French teammate Blaise Matuidi about leaving the English side.
Pogba has joined Manchester United, on a five-year contract for a record- highest fees of €105 million (£89.3 million) plus bonuses of €5 million, surpassing the former record holder Gerath Bale.
Pogba after joining the Red Devils in 2016 has played 88 matches for he side and has scord on 15 occasion. Before joining the English side, Pogba was representing Juventus. He joined the Italian side in 2012 and represented the italian side for 4-long-years.
He represented Juventus is 178 matches across all competition and was recorded 34 times on the scoring sheet.