Serie A giants Juventus are eyeing a deal for Manchester United attacker Jadon Sancho, according to The Sun.
The England international had a public outburst towards manager Erik ten Hag last month and he has since been suspended indefinitely.
The attacker has no plans to apologise for his mistake and reports claim that he could leave the club as early as January.
The Bianconeri are interested in landing his services on a season-long loan with an option to buy for £60m next summer.
However, there is a catch. The Bianconeri want United to contribute 50 percent of his £350,000-a-week wages during his stay time in Turin.
In our opinion, this would represent a poor piece of business for the Red Devils, considering they may end up with a huge loss.
If Sancho were to stay at Juventus for five seasons, they could risk losing £45m out of the £60m paid by the Bianconeri.
Hence, the club should look for better proposals to part ways with him. They should ask Sancho to accept a pay-cut instead.