According to Spanish newspaper Sport in demand Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba would rather move to Catalan giants Barcelona as opposed to any other top club.
The most sought after transfer this summer, 22-year-old Pogba is set to leave Juventus regardless of the side's success and has been heavily linked with sides like Manchester City, Chelsea, Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid and Manchester United.
However, Pogba is set to snub all the others in favour of Champions League finalists and treble chasers Barcelona. The favourites to sign the player were reportedly Real Madrid, with Zinedine Zidane coming out and saying the Juve man should follow in his hero's footsteps and make his move to the Spanish capital instead.
Mino Raiola, the player's agent has kept a lid on things as Pogba tries to keep his focus on the end of the season, however he has recently mentioned that the player and Barcelona representatives have been in discussions and the move to the Camp Nou, due to the well run ethos of the club, would be the most suitable move.
Recently Pogba has been tipped to make a move back to England, with Manchester City launching a mega enquiry about the player, offering to through a huge transfer offer/ player deals at Juve in order to tempt them to sell their prized possession.
Outsiders to sign the player would surely be former club Manchester United, as the player's relationship with the club ended badly before his venture to Italy. The player and club are refusing to discuss the situation in great detail as the focus is surely on the possibility of a treble for Juve but the formality is that Pogba will not be playing in a Juventus shirt next season.
Barcelona's fiercest rivals Real Madrid are the closest competitors for the French midfielder's signature, however with the player's admiration of Lionel Messi and appreciation that the style of play at Barca would be perfectly suited to his game, he looks set to decide on his future after the Champions League final, with Barca his primary choice.
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