Pogba set to leave Juventus

Mino Raiola, the agent of Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba has said that the player is almost certain to leave the Serie A giants in the summer with a whole host of European super powers chasing the signature of the 21 year starlet.

The French international joined the Italian giants in 2012 after growing frsutrated with his fringe role under Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United and has since gone on to become one of the best combative midfielders in the world and would easily command a fee of more than £ 50 million which could force the hand of the cash strapped Italian club to sell him.

New Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal is keen to bring back the former academy starlet to Old Trafford as he looks to bolster his midfield options in the summer while Real Madrid have also scouted the player extensively. According to the titan bet website, only Chelsea and Manchester City and maybe Bayern Munich can afford him.

But all of them have several midfield options which would effectively rule out a move for the Juventus man.

United were linked with a move for Pogba when van Gaal took over the managerial reins last summer as well but a move couldn’t be finalised and the club is all set to test the resolve of the Old lady come the summer.

Pogba, who lashed out at Ferguson for not giving him a chance to prove himself at United has also not ruled out a move back to his former club saying that he still loves the club and just because things didn’t work out, it doesn’t mean that he will hold grudges and would be keen to move back as well, leaving Juventus with a proper headache about the future of their brightest prospect in years.