Reports in Italy suggest that Pogba's agent Mino Raiola is currently in Turin attempting to negotiate a new contract with Juventus.

But with Pogba reportedly demanding the Juve more than double his salary to say, City have made it known that they are prepared to make a massive offer to bring the 21-year-old back to England.

Indeed, City reportedly see Pogba as the long-term replacement for Yaya Toure in midfield and would like him to join sooner rather than later.

Not only are Pogba's £3.6m salary demands (approximately £70,000-a-week) unlikely to be a problem, City are also willing to offer a number of other incentives to get the deal done.

Not only are they willing to offer either Kolarov or Dzeko in addition to a £32m fee, they are also willing to write off the rest of what Juventus owe them for Carlos Tevez.

It is thought that the total deal would amount to a value of £53m.