Juventus have reportedly pulled out of the race to sign Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba.
The Italian champions - as well as Real Madrid - have been heavily linked with an approach for Pogba, who has openly expressed a desire to leave Old Trafford this summer.
Some reports have suggested that the 26-year-old is in favour of a return to Turin, three years after leaving the Serie A outfit for the Premier League.
However, according to the Daily Mail, Juventus have informed his representative Mino Raiola that they have decided to pursue other targets.
The stance may be a result of United maintaining their £150m valuation of Pogba, aware that the player effectively has three years left on his contract.
Real allegedly need to make a number of sales before they can follow up any interest in the France international.