The 20-year-old midfielder left Old Trafford on a free transfer 18 months ago after growing frustrated with a lack of first-team opportunities under then boss Sir Alex Ferguson.
Since his departure, Pogba has emerged as one of European football’s finest young players, establishing himself as a key member of Juve’s squad and earning international recognition in the process.
His fine displays have caught the eye of Moyes, who is desperate to possess a player of the Frenchman’s quality in his own engine room.
Despite having confessed that he is happy in Turin in the past, recent rumours suggest that the youngster is growing unsettled in Italy, which has seen interest from Old Trafford spike.
It is believed that the Red Devils are willing to admit they made a mistake in letting the enforcer go, which could tempt the player to make a shock return.
A tribunal dictated that Juve had to pay United around £1.3m for Pogba in 2012, but his value now stands at around £30m
The Old Lady have confessed that he may be sold, with the financial muscle of English teams beyond their reach.