Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba has been tipped to snub all interest from the Premier League in order to join Spanish giants Real Madrid.
The Frenchman is a highly-wanted star and is expected to be in the middle of a major transfer tussle come the summer with several big clubs all interested in signing him.
Arsenal, Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid and FC Barcelona have all been linked with signing the powerhouse in recent months.
Pogba recently left England after a major fall-out with his club at the time, Manchester United, and although interest from the Premier League is high, the midfielder may choose to move elsewhere.
"He has what it takes to play there. He is very respectful and has the respect of all the former players"
AC Milan star Jeremy Menez has admitted that it wouldn't surprise him if the 21-year-old does end up in Spain with the European champions.
When asked about Pogba in an interview, Menez admitted that a move to Madrid wouldn't be a shock to him as he believes the French international has all the right attributes to make it at the Bernabeu.
Menez told beIN Sports: "Pogba to Real Madrid? It would not surprise me.
"He has what it takes to play there. He is very respectful and has the respect of all the former players."
Pogba is expected to leave the club in the summer due to financial powers elsewhere, but as of yet, no offers have been made for the Frenchman.
According to the club's chief Beppe Morata, they have no intentions of selling Pogba even if offers do come in.
He said: "Juventus has not received any offers for Pogba and we have not sought any.
"We will not sell Paul.
"Pogba is one of the most skilled players in our squad and it is certainly not a priority of ours to put him on the market."