Former Manchester United star Paul Pogba has agreed personal terms with Juventus ahead of a free transfer.
The Frenchman spent six seasons with United, but walked away from the club when his contract expired on June 30.
He has now agreed a four-year deal with his former club Juventus and is scheduled to undergo his medical on Saturday.
Pogba had a frustrating final season at United. He started the campaign on a bright note with four assists against Leeds.
However, he struggled to find consistency as the campaign progressed and also suffered a couple of long-term injuries.
He barely played for United during the second half of last season, and he will be hoping for a better fortunes at Juventus.
The Bianconeri brought the best out of him between 2012 and 2016, and Pogba could relish his reunion with the Turin side.
He is said to have accepted a 40 per cent pay cut to rejoin the Bianconeri. Paris Saint-Germain were willing to offer him more.