Barcelona have admitted they have a solution to land Paul Pogba next year, the Express reports.
Barca’s transfer embargo will be lifted in 2016 leading to the Spanish giants preparing to make a splash in the transfer market with the capture of Frenchman, according to the club’s sporting director Robert Fernandez.
Talks between Juventus and the Catalans have reportedly been taking place for a while, though with them free to make signings next year the reality of those alleged discussions will be played out next summer rather than January in all likelihood.
Juve have been determined to keep hold of their star midfielder and are believed to have so far put off a number of suitors, including Chelsea after Jose Mourinho apparently made a call to the club in the summer. PSG and Manchester City have also been widely touted to be keen in recent times.
The France international, 22, has always said he is happy to remain with Juve for the time being but his and the Italian club’s resolve could be tested soon.