Juventus could eye Pogba or Milinkovic-Savic, if Pjanic sold

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The Red Devils have made just three signings this summer, with Diogo Dalot, Fred and Lee Grant arriving thus far in the transfer window.

Manchester United backed out of negotiations for Milinkovic-Savic after learning about Lazio's financial demands earlier in the summer but with Paul Pogba's future under renewed focus, there is talk the club could revisit the case this week.

Calciomercato are reporting today that United are set to make the Lazio midfielder their number one target with a bid of an eye watering £138m being suggested as the fee needed to prize the Serbian away from the Italian capital.

The midfielder has been linked with a host of leading European clubs over the summer, with Real Madrid, Manchester United, Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus and Milan all rumoured to be interested on signing the player.

Jose Mourinho has spent most of pre-season in a haze of anger due to the clubs lack of transfer activity but there is still time for the wallet to be opened.

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Serbia worldwide Milinkovic-Savic is among Europe's most sought-after talents, and has been regularly linked with Manchester United. The Serbian midfielder has developed into one of the most exciting midfielders in the game, since moving to Lazio back in 2015 from Belgian side Genk. Following his exploits for the club, the 23-year old gave a good account of himself in the 2018 FIFA World Cup with Serbia, impressing with his strength and attacking intent.

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Manchester United will kick off the new Premier League season when they take on Leicester City at Old Trafford on Friday night.

Real Madrid and Juventus are in a race to sign Sergej Milinkovic-Savic from Lazio, after the English transfer market closed on Thursday.

Interestingly, the reigning European champions also remain keen in acquiring the services of the seven-time capped Serbian global.

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