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 By PA Sport

Man United, PSG target Paul Pogba will leave Juventus for right offer - agent

The agent of Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba claims his phone is ringing off the hook with clubs all over Europe wanting to sign the France international.

Pogba, 22, has been strongly linked with a move to Paris Saint-Germain this summer while former club Manchester United, neighbours Manchester City and Premier League leaders Chelsea are also reported to be interested in signing him.

The player's agent Mino Raiola has told Italian newspaper La Stampa that demand for the midfielder's signature is high, and that a transfer is likely if the offer is good enough for Serie A leaders Juve.

"Since the start of the year, I have received over 2000 phone calls for [Pogba]," Raiola said. "I receive 20 calls a day and at least a few of them are to negotiate, but the right offer has yet to arrive.

"I believe if the right offer comes along for Pogba and for Juve, then the transfer will take place. But the biggest challenge will be for the Bianconeri club to rebuild the team with that money."

Pogba is likely to leave Juventus this summer if a big offer comes in for the young midfielder.

Pogba has been a big hit since arriving at Juve from Manchester United in 2012, and is contracted with the Turin giants until June 2019.

The midfielder played a major role in helping the side clinch their third successive Scudetto last season, scoring seven goals and setting up seven more in 36 Serie A appearances for the Bianconeri.

Juve, who are still competing on three fronts this season, are currently without Pogba's services after he suffered a hamstring injury last month and was ruled out of action until May.

The Turin side are 15 points clear at the top of Serie A with seven games remaining, are in the final of the Coppa Italia and are on course to qualify for the Champions League semifinals.

Juve travel to Monte Carlo to face Monaco on Wednesday for their quarterfinal second leg holding a 1-0 advantage from the opening tie.


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