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PSG bid could start Paul Pogba bidding war

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Juventus are hoping that Paris Saint-Germain's bid for Paul Pogba will start a bidding war between interested parties, reports La Gazzetta dello Sport.

The 20-year-old has been in fine form for Juventus since joining from Manchester United in 2012, blossoming into one of the brightest talents in world football.

Pogba's form has caught the attention of a number of clubs, with the Red Devils believed to be keen to re-sign the player while Chelsea are also interested.

Paris Saint-Germain stepped up a gear over the weekend, with reports in France suggesting that the cash rich club bid £58m to secure his services.

But Juventus are hoping for more than that and are waiting to see if either Jose Mourinho or David Moyes are prepared to better the offer before making the next move.

Real Madrid are also reported to be keeping a close eye on the situation.

Pogba originally departed Old Trafford after a very public bust up with the club over contract negotiations and first team selections. He eventually left for Turin but with Sir Alex Ferguson retired, it is hoped that Pogba would consider a return to Manchester United if the right terms were offered.

Chelsea on the other hand will hope that Pogba considers the bridges back to Manchester burnt, increasing their chances of signing the French international.

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