Arsenal, Chelsea & Manchester United handed Pogba hope

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Contract talks between Italian giants Juventus and Paul Pogba have hit a snag, according to talkSPORT

If reports are to be believed, Pogba and his agent Mino Raiola want to set a fee in order to trigger talks with other clubs. 

However it appears that Juventus don't want to set a release clause on any new deal handed to the French international. 

And, after this latest contract hitch, it remains to be seen as to whether any of the elite clubs in England step up in their pursuit of the midfielder. 

A number of the Premier League big boys are reportedly interested in a move for the Serie A star, with the likes of Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea all having been linked with the player. 

Pogba only left Manchester United in the summer of 2012, but continues to be tracked by the Red Devils who have been linked with a £40 million move. 

The midfield ace has impressed heavily in Turin in recent time and the likes of United, Chelsea and Arsenal could all be joined by Real Madrid in the race for his signature

It remains to be seen as to whether Pogba would fancy a Premier League switch, but he could prove a great coup for the likes of Arsene Wenger or Jose Mourinho. 

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