Paul Pogba could leave Italian giants Juventus behind this summer for a world record fee, according to his agent.
As reported by the Daily Mail, Mino Raiola has insisted that the Frenchman, who starred in this past summer's World Cup, could join any team this summer.
In fact, Raiola has gone as far as saying that Pogba will beat the current transfer record, meaning the 21-year-old midfielder could depart Turin for over £80 million.
Pogba, then, could join one of the biggest clubs in world football this summer, with a number of teams reportedly interested in his services.
In fact, the same report from the Daily Mail has revealed that the trio of Manchester United, Chelsea and Real Madrid are all showing him an interest.
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Pogba, of course, left Manchester United for nothing in the summer of 2012, so it remains to be seen as to whether the Red Devils would be willing to pay such a huge price for his signature anytime soon.
The player's agent, though, certainly believes someone will pay up, as he told Telefoot: "He wants to make his mark on football history and he is already doing that.
"Not a single player at the age of 21 has shown the world what he can do: lead a team in the palm of his hand. Pogba, he has done it already. His future? He could join any team.
"If the right time comes this summer, then it will happen.
"If it is not the right time, he could stay for another year or two. He will beat the transfer record. If there is one Mona Lisa in the world, and she is for sale, it will be a record price."
Class of Pogba
It now remains to be seen as to whether the likes of Manchester United, Chelsea and Co. step up their interest in the midfield ace, but he'd no doubt improve any side.
At just 21, he continues to go from strength-to-strength in the game, having proved his credentials in the Serie A over the course of the last couple of years.
Fans of the Premier League would no doubt love to see him return to the Premier League, but he certainly won't be coming back on the cheap.
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