Juventus are ready to part ways with a significant amount of cash, and Aaron Ramsey, in an attempt to land Paul Pogba.
And Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is said to be happy with the potential player exchange.
According to the Transfer Window Podcast, the Red Devils would be willing to let Pogba leave for Serie A with Ramsey being part of the deal.
Solskjaer is unlikely to be able to fit both the Frenchman and Bruno Fernandes into the same midfield but is said to view Ramsey as a more adaptable player.
The United boss is a fan of the Wales international, who left Arsenal for Juventus last summer.
The Italian side remain keen on their former player Pogba but are yet to launch a bid for the World Cup winner.
To add, it is unclear whether Juventus will be able to stump up the cash to meet United's valuation during the ongoing coronavirus crisis.
Meanwhile, Ramsey has struggled to make a serious impact since joining Maurizio Sarri's side last year.
The Welshman has netted three times for the Turin outfit an continues to be linked with a return to England.
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Speaking recently, former Arsenal boss Unai Emery revealed why Ramsey quit the Gunners for Italy in the first place.
"It was from decisions made by the club and Ramsey himself. The player decided to leave and moved to a great team, leading him to experience another country's football," he told TuttoJuve.
"Aaron will be a very important player for Juventus, he has his own ambitions.
"I congratulated him because he chose a team where he can win a lot. Juve is a big player in European and world football.
"After so many years in England, this represents a great challenge for him."
Pogba has been nursing a host of injuries this season, making just seven appearances in the Premier League.
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