Italian champions Juventus have planned a swoop of Radamel Falcao, Ramires, Miranda and Mats Hummels if they sale Paul Pogba to Manchester United in the summer transfer window.

The management of Juventus has repeatedly stated they are unwilling to sale Paul Pogba. However, apart from Manchester United, the likes of Real Madrid, Paris Saint Germain and Man City are ready to pay huge cash for the services of French midfielder which could tempt Bianconnori to sale the player.

And if they are to part ways with Paul Pogba, Juventus will not accept anything less than 100 million euros for the Frenchman and they have a plan ready to spend this amount in the transfer market as Falcao, Ramires, Miranda and Mats Hummels have caught the attention of Bianconnori management.

Manchester United, who sold Pogba to Juventus in 2012, are currently the favorites for the signature of the midfielder and they are willing to match the asking price of the Italian champions.

Juventus want to strengthen all parts of their squad in the summer and they have planned a swoop of the likes of Radamel Falcao, Ramires, Miranda and Mats Hummels.

Meanwhile, reports coming from Italy have also confirmed the desire of Juventus sign at least 3 to 4 world class player if they sale Pogba to Manchester United. La Gazzetta Dello Sport has claimed today that If Juventus were to sell Paul Pogba, their shopping list would include Radamel Falcao, Ramires, Miranda and Mats Hummels. The Bianconeri have repeatedly stated they are unwilling to part with Pogba, even though the French midfieldera s price tag is hovering around the a 100m mark.

Falcao, who came close of joining Juventus in last summer, has again caught the attention of Turin giants as Carloz Tevez has refused to extend his contract.

Juventus coach Massimilliano Allegri has already stated that he wants to sign a defender in summer and the names of Atletico Madrida s Miranda and Borussia Dortmunda s Mats Hummels are on top of their wish list.

Meanwhile, Chelsea midfielder Ramires has emerged as the frontrunner to replace Pogba if the later decides to join Manchester United. Allegri has always liked the game of Ramires and he has asked Sporting Director Pavel Nedved to keep a tab on the progress of the player at Chelsea.