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Paul Pogba's agent refuses to rule out Premier League return

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Paul Pogba's agent has left the door open for his client to seal a move away from Juventus after admitting he would be foolish to shun offers from the Premier League's big boys.

The highly-rated Frenchman has been linked with a move back to England ever since he decided to leave Manchester United for Juventus in 2012.

Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea are just three of the sides said to be interested in prising the 21-year-old away from the Serie A giants this summer.

And the aforementioned Premier League trio appear to have received a boost in their hopes of landing Pogba after his agent stated the central midfielder would be willing to listen to all offers from potential suitors.

Mino Raiola, who represents the Juventus star, told reporters: "I have to be ready for anything, always: if tomorrow comes an offer that meets all of Paul and believed to be beneficial to his career, why refuse?"

Former Manchester United starlet Pogba is expected to play a leading role for France's national team before making a final decision on where his club future lies.

Juventus, on the other hand, may find it impossible to reject an offer in the region of £35million for a player they signed on a free transfer just two years ago. 

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