Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Manchester United's officials a lot of thinking to do looking ahead of next season, as the team is more than likely to miss one of their best players.
The Red Devils seem reluctant to let Paul Pogba walk away regardless of how good the offer may be, but Juventus' latest bid will be quite hard to shut down.
According to Italian outlet Tuttosport, the Old Lady's sporting director called them on the phone to offer Paulo Dybala, Mario Mandzukic, and Blase Matuidi in return for the 26-year-old.
Fabio Paratici, Pavel Nedved, and Mino Raiola have reportedly joined forces on an attempt to take the World Cup winner back to Turin, but Manchester United are just unwilling to let him walk.
Adding Mandzukic would be great for a team that will be shorthanded upfront once Romelu Lukaku leaves to complete his move to the Italian Serie A.
Matuidi could provide a tough, hardnosed stopper at the center of the pitch that could also contribute in offense and help fill the void left by a potential Pogba departure.
And Paulo Dybala is still one of the most promising strikers in the world and would be a tailor-made fit for the English Premier League and Solskjaer's system.
Still, it looks like the Red Devils just won't let Pogba go until his contract runs out, as they've also rejected an offer from Real Madrid that would send James Rodriguez to Old Trafford.
Pogba hasn't been comfortable at Manchester for quite some time now and he's let the team's officials know about his desire to leave for months, so he's not going to give up on his pursuit for freedom.
As for Juventus and Madrid, they will continue to pursue him until the very last day of this transfer window, so expect various updates on this matter in the next couple of days.