All three of Italy's major sport dailies lead on Juventus star Paul Pogba leaving the club for Manchester United as the transfer saga of the summer intensifies.

Pogba, who left United for nothing in 2012, remains heavily linked with a return to his former club as part of Jose Mourinho's Old Trafford revolution. In order to do that, the club will have to make a new world record bid for the France international.

A delegation from United, headed by executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward, are meeting with Juventus directors Giuseppe Marotta and Fabricio Paratici and Pogba's agent Mino Raiola on Wednesday, according to The Guardian, to discuss the move of the summer.

Should Pogba join the club, he will become the third player represented by the influential super-agent Raiola to move to the red half of Manchester this summer, following the arrivals of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Henrikh Mkhitaryan.

La Gazzetta dello Sport suggest Pogba has already made his decision. Their headline shouts: "Pogba has decided: Dear Juve, let me go," adding he already has an agreement in principle with United worth €12m (£10m, $13m) a season.

Tuttosport carries the same story: "Raiola brings the Man Utd offer to Juve", their headlines reads. They also add the Frenchman has asked to leave, but claim he has been offered a staggering €20m a season.

Corriere dello Sport have also joined in, insisting Pogba wants to return to United to work under Mourinho, claiming the deal will cost the Premier League club will offer €125m to get the deal done.

Real Madrid's reported interest in Pogba has posed a threat to United's hopes of bringing the player back to Manchester. However, Zinedine Zidane says he is happy with his current options at the Bernabeu, playing down talk of a move for his fellow Frenchman.

"I like Pogba. At the moment, he's a Juventus player. I'm happy with the squad I have and it's difficult to improve it," quoted Zidane as saying.

Speculation over the midfielder's move intensified when Juventus omitted the 23-year-old from their squad for the pre-season International Champions Cup campaign.

His omission appears routine however, with 10 other players who featured in Euro 2016 also being left at home for the trip to Australia, where the Bianconeri take on Melbourne City and Tottenham Hotspur.