Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba would be open to a return to Juventus next season, according to his agent Mino Raiola.
Pogba, 26, has not played a match since Boxing Day due to an ankle injury and is linked to a removal from Old Trafford.
Raiola, who in December declared that the French international would not leave the club, hinted that Pogba could return to Italy.
"Italy is like Paul's house," he told reporters. "He wouldn't mind going back to Juve, but we'll see what happens after the euros.
"Paul wants to play at the best level but he cannot escape Manchester United if they are in a difficult situation. "
United missed midfield goals in the absence of Pogba and well Bruno Fernandes joined the club last month, said manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer his signature does not mean that Pogba will leave in summer.
Pogba spent four years in Turin after leaving Old Trafford in 2012 where he won four consecutive Serie A titles.
United returns to the Premier League after their winter break to face Chelsea's four main rivals at Stamford Bridge on Monday.
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