It is now or never for Inter and Juventus to sign Manchester United and France national team midfielder Paul Pogba according to a report in today’s print edition of Gazzetta dello Sport.

As a result of the ongoing global Coronavirus pandemic, Pogba’s price has plummeted, like every other player on the planet’s price has.

Previously valued at €90 million, Pogba’s value could drop as low as €63 million if the 2019/20 season does not resume or if the season resumes behind closed doors he would be valued at €70 million.

The fact his contract with the Premier League outfit is due to expire at the end of the next season and that he has barely played this season are also contributing factors in his value dropping.

Inter and Juventus alongside Real Madrid and Paris Saint Germain have all been linked with potential moves for him.

The report from the Milan based newspaper goes on to claim that his price never be so low again which is why it is now or never for Inter and Juventus. If he were to prolong his stay at Manchester United his value would only rise.