Paul Pogba faces growing uncertainty surrounding his Juventus future after the Serie A club are growing ‘tired’ with his injuries, according to reports in Italy.
The Juventus midfielder initially left Manchester United in 2012 to sign for the Serie A side for a fee of £1.5m, with Pogba thriving in his first spell in Turin.
United broke the then-world-record transfer fee in 2016 to bring Pogba back to Old Trafford as part of a stunning £89m acquisition.
The 2018 World Cup winner was tipped to make his sensational Juventus return for his side’s quarter-final match against Lazio in the Coppa Italia on Thursday.
According to Gazzetta dello Sport, Juventus are ‘frustrated’ with the France international’s prolonged absence on the sideline due to his injury.
It is added that Pogba, who is under contract with Juventus until 2026, is ‘increasingly becoming a problem’ at the Italian club.
Allegri is reportedly weighing up the idea of selling the Juventus star, despite Pogba only making his return to Italy last summer.
Pogba hasn’t made an appearance for Juventus this season, with his last competitive fixture coming in United’s 4-0 thumping defeat to Liverpool last April.
Speaking ahead of the Lazio match, Allegri said: “Apart from [Leonardo] Bonucci, who is still out, the only one who won’t be available due to a flexor soreness is Pogba.
“Unfortunately, when you’re out for a long time and you raise the intensity level, you get pain… Maybe in a few weeks, he’ll be in top condition.
“He needs his body to readjust and it will take some time, you have to navigate by sight in these situations.
“From here to the end, we have to use him in the best possible way.”