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Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba has been excellent since joining Juventus, his performances have made him one of the hottest properties in the world of football.
He has been tipped among a number of players who are expected to move in the summer of 2016 and He will be among one of the best talents available in the transfer market.
Paul Pogba’s performances has drawn interest from the top clubs around Europe, with the likes of Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United and Barcelona all linked with a move for the French midfielder.
The player’s agent Mino Raiola told Tuttosport that he is expecting his client to move from Juventus in the summer of 2016. He even confirmed that a fee in the region of 75 million pounds (100 million euros) will be what it takes to lure the 22 year old away from the Serie A champions.
“The big clubs will come knocking for Paul again at the end of the season. I don’t know how much Juventus have of holding on to him,” he told tuttosport.
“Paul will make a decision based on the offers he receives and based on how he feels. He was in a similar situation last summer. Are Barcelona in pole position to sign him? The only team ahead of the others Is Juventus. Paul has a strong connection with Juventus. Paul is the type of guy who thinks through and he thinks with his heart. He felt that it was not the right moment to leave last summer and he was right. He stayed put and overcame his initial difficulties, when the fans jeered him and treated him unfairly. It did not bother Paul, but I did not like it. But it will not affect Paul’s decision at the end of the season.”
When asked about how much the 22 year old would cost he had this to say;
“The fact that Paul decided to stay with Juventus last summer shows that he has invested in Juventus. And the Juventus hierarchy has also invested a lot by opting not to cash in on Paul. Paul is like a limited edition Ferrari, there are only few who can afford him. I don’t think 100 million Euros will be enough to sign him, but it depends on (Juventus president) Andrea Angelli. He has grown as a player and his price will have grown as well.”
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