Paul Pogba’s move away from Juventus this Summer seems to be gathering momentum with more reports that the midfielder could be leaving Turin once the season ends.
The Mail notes:
Juventus coach Massimo Allegri has admitted that his prized asset Paul Pogba could be sold as Manchester United, Chelsea and Real Madrid continue to track the midfielder.
‘It is difficult to replace world class players, but it can be done, as football goes on.’
‘Everything in life has a price, unfortunately. I don’t think it is a problem we need to consider right now.’
Earlier this month Pogba’s agent insisted the player still had a fondness for United despite his almost constant criticism of his treatment at the hands of Sir Alex Ferguson. United are desperate for a midfielder of Pogba’s talent and rumours that Louis Van Gaal has sanctioned a pursuit of the Frenchman persist, with Chelsea and Real Madrid also interested, the Reds may have to break the bank to sign him but it could be worth it.