Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba is worth as much as €100m, according to his agent Mino Raiola.
As reported by Marca, Raiola has admitted that he's in contact with all of the interested club except Real Madrid.
And speaking of Madrid, the player's agent has revealed that the La Liga outfit opted against paying €30 million for him just over one year ago.
Raiola said: "Back when they had their chance, they didn't really know who Pogba was. Other clubs did. Real didn't want to pay €10 million for him and just a year ago refused to pay €30 million for him. We spoke in Qatar.
"Why pay €30 million if soon he can come for free?' they asked. He ended up renewing his contract. If they want Pogba, they can call me. I'm not going to call anyone there. He's worth more than €100 million, but the price will be set by the club that buys him.
Raiola has even admitted that he's in contact with all of the clubs interested in Pogba except from Real Madrid. A number of clubs, of course, have been linked with the Frenchman, with the likes of Manchester United and Chelsea seemingly interested in his services.
"I'm in contact with all of them, except Real Madrid. My name is not Jorge Mendes, who manages Real Madrid far too well."
There's no doubt about it, Pogba is good enough to fit into any of the big clubs in world football. Manchester United, under Louis van Gaal, probably need him the most, but the duo of Real Madrid and Chelsea could have the world's best midfield if they land the young talent this summer.
One thing's for certain, Pogba is certainly worth the gamble, so Manchester United and Co. should make their move sooner rather than later.
Manchester United, Chelsea and Real Madrid fans: How much do you think Pogba is worth? Have your say in the comments section below!