Plans for the summer has already begun at Arsenal with several players being on the radar of French boss Arsene Wenger.
The France international has emerged as one of the finest young talents in the game since leaving Manchester United for Juve in 2012.
Paul Pogba, who was crowned the best young player in Europe in December, had said that despite his happiness with the Serie A champions he does retain a dream to turn out for the Gunners.
Speaking to Republica in Italy, Pogba said:
“At Juventus I’m doing fine. I don’t hide the fact that as a child I dreamed of playing for Arsenal and FC Barcelona.”
However recent reports suggest Juventus are considering selling the Arsenal and Chelsea target this summer because they believe the £60m the Frenchman’s sale would generate would enable them to make moves for Manchester United pair Robin van Persie and Nani as well as Liverpool and another Arsenal target Juan Cuadrado.
The 21-year-old midfielder who in the Janurary transfer window admitted that he had once dreamed of playing for the North London Outfit, will once again come under Wenger’s summer wish-list after the French boss had failed to land him earlier, last summer and in the winter.
Arsenal have been the strongest; linked with Pogba since the ecstatic decline of Man United and we sure could do with someone of his pace, power and raw ability. With our midfield looking tired and lacking bite in recent times and Pogba would improve upon Mikel Arteta exponentially.
Although Arsenal will face strong competition for the talented midfielder’s signature as Qatari-owned PSG are also on his tracks, looking to add more quality to their team in preparation for next season. And are are reportedly willing to pay anything – as the money bags continue to assemble a squad fit for Champions League title chase.