Manchester United target Paul Pogba has been slapped with an enormous £60million price tag by Juventus, Daily Star reports.
United are looking to resign their former French midfielder, who left Old Trafford for absolutely nothing back in 2012.
But the Serie A champions are keen to keep their 21-year-old wonderkid, and to fend off any additional interest, have valued their player at £60million.
Pogba was unhappy at the lack of regular first team action under previous United manager Sir Alex Ferguson, before forcing his move to Juventus.
The Frenchman will feature for his country when the World Cup kicks off this week.
It seems that newly appointed manager Louis van Gaal, who currently manages the Holland national team, is therefore turning his head to Dutch defenders Stefan de Vrij and Bruno Martins Indi to replace departing pair Rio Ferdinand and Nemanja Vidic.
Vidic is set to complete his move to Inter Milan, while Ferdinand searches for a new club with his contract due to expire this month.
Another defensive target is Borussia Dortmund defender Mats Hummels, who is also being tracked by Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich.