The Serie A champions have made clear they are holding out for £100m up front with a further £8m in add-ons, while the player would be happy to move.
Manchester United have seen their initial £100 million bid for Paul Pogba rejected by Juventus, according to The Guardian.
The Red Devils are the favourites to sign the 23-year-old midfielder after Real Madrid bowed out of the race, admitting they cannot compete with the Premier League outfit.
Juve, though, are desperate to hold onto the France international and have dismissed the first official offer.
Ed Woodward met with Juve directors Giuseppe Marotta and Fabio Paratici and Pogba’s agent, Mino Raiola, on Tuesday to discuss deal, but the Bianconeri have made clear they want more than United have offered.
The newspaper states the Serie A champions want £100m up front with a further £8m in add-ons, whereas £13m of United’s initial bid was made up of bonuses.
A deal still seems likely, though, as Raiola has said he wants to bring Pogba back to England and he will agree to a five-year deal worth £250,000 per week.