Juventus to sell Paul Pogba in summer 2016

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Chelsea and Manchester United transfer target Paul Pogba will reportedly be sold by Juventus in the summer of 2016.

According to the Daily Star, Juventus are planning to sell the Frenchman for around £70m in 18 months time with Chelsea and Manchester United now on red alert.

Pogba is reportedly on more than £100,000-a-week at Juve and the Italian giants are not known as big spenders. If the opportunity arises to make a huge profit then Juventus will consider a sale.

They signed him on a free transfer from Manchester United in 2012, and the midfielder has blossomed into a key player for club and country, helping Juve to two Serie A titles.

The Daily Star speculates that a return to Manchester United would be the most likely destination for the French international, with Chelsea, Real Madrid and Paris Saint Germain all likely to be monitoring developments as the months tick by.

Juve vs Napoli

The 21-year-old scored a spectacular goal for Juventus yesterday in their 3-1 away win over Napoli at the Stadio San Paolo. He opened the scoring before Miguel Britos equalised with half an hour to play.

Martin Caceres smuggled home a go-ahead goal for the reigning champions before Arturo Vidal sealed the victory in the 90th minute with a laser strike into the top corner.

There's no doubt Pogba is one of the most valuable young players in the world at the moment, and it would take a certain amount of humility for Manchester United to swallow their pride and shell out for a player they let go for nothing just four years previously.

Juventus have a two-game home stand next, as they welcome Verona and then Chievo to Turin for Serie A games.

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