Paris Saint Germain and Juventus are set for a summer swap deal that will include Marco Verratti and Paul Pogba. The future of both PSG’s Marco Verratti and Juventus’ Paul Pogba has been much debated this season after both have impressed for their respective clubs and it is being reported heavily by Italian press that the duo could switch clubs this summer. Tuttosport claim that a deal will take place that will see Verratti move back to his native Italy and join Antonio Conte’s side, whilst Pogba will also arrive back in his native France to join PSG.Pogba’s future has been much debated with the likes of Real Madrid, Barcelona and Manchester United all showing interest, but PSG’s interest has been strongly maintained. The report further goes on to claim that Juventus would not settle for just Verratti in the deal as they value Pogba as double the valutation of the Italian midfielder. Both are expected to play a part of their country’s World Cup campaign this summer, during which their future will be heavily discussed.