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Man United, Arsenal & Chelsea boosted in battle for £33m star

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Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal have been boosted in the hunt for £33million-rated Paul Pogba after the emergence of speculation claiming he has not yet talked to Juventus concerning a new deal.

The former Red Devils starlet has been on the radar of a number of top European sides having impressed since signing for the Turin outfit in 2012.

And despite increasing unrest concerning his contract, sources in France are claiming that the youngster has yet to commit his future to Juve, possibly suggesting that he is open to a move away from the Serie A.

Interest in Pogba has been registered by the likes of United, Chelsea and Arsenal, but PSG are also firmly in the race for his signature.

It's believed that David Moyes supports the idea of bringing the France international back to Old Trafford in order to add more quality to his waining midfield, whilst Arsene Wenger is a long-term admirer of the player.

Jose Mourinho is also a fan of the 20-year-old, and could see him as a potential long-term replacement for Frank Lampard.

Reports have frequently highlighted that Pogba is in line to be offered a lucrative new deal at Juventus to convince him that his future lies with them, but it appears as of yet there have been no positive movements.

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