Juventus allegedly expect to fail in their bid to sign Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba.
With the France international having just seven-and-a-half months remaining on his contract, a number of high-profile clubs are being linked with the World Cup winner’s signature.
Juventus, a former club of the 28-year-old, has been frequently credited with an interest in Pogba ahead of the turn of the year.
However, according to CaughtOffside, Juventus will find it difficult to be able to meet the demands of the player and his agent Mino Raiola.
The report cites a phone conversation involving a official, who suggests that Real Madrid or Paris Saint-Germain are likely to win the race.
While Juventus intend to reduce their wage bill at the beginning of 2022, they must first find buyers for several of their squad members, including Aaron Ramsey.