Pogba, 27, is destined to leave Old Trafford after his agent, Mino Raiola, claimed the midfielder “needs a new club” and is “unhappy” at United earlier this week.
Pogba enjoyed a sublime four-season spell with Juve before his £89million transfer to the Red Devils in 2016, scoring 34 goals and winning six major honours with the Old Lady.
The report adds Juve would reluctantly part ways with Ronaldo, 35, in order to free up funds for a much-needed rebuild of Andrea Pirlo’s squad.
The five-time Ballon d’Or winner has 18 months remaining on his deal in Turin, which sees him take home £540,000 per week.
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Meanwhile, United are also open to the swap deal and executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward continues to keep tabs on the club’s former star.
While Pogba has faltered for the Red Devils this season, Ronaldo has been in typically prolific form and has scored 12 goals in 10 games in all competitions.
The forward has won back-to-back Serie A titles since joining Juventus in 2018 and scored twice as the club secured top spot in Champions League Group G with a 3-0 victory at Barcelona on Tuesday.
Ronaldo’s Argentine teammate Paulo Dybala has endured a less fruitful start to the campaign and has scored just one goal in 10 games.
The 27-year-old – who came close to joining Tottenham last year – is also believed to be available for a swap deal, though United are less keen on the player.
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