Paul Pogba's agent hints at a summer move from Juventus

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Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba could be leaving the Italian champions in the summer according to his agent Mino Raiola.

The 21-year-old has been linked with a move away from Turin for quite some time, with Chelsea, Manchester United and Real Madrid among his suitors according to the Daily Mail.

He has been instrumental in helping Juventus win back-to-back Serie A titles and Raiola believes that if Pogba does move on he will break the world transfer record set by Gareth Bale in 2013 when he signed for Real Madrid for £85million.

"He's going to beat it [the record]. If there is one Mona Lisa in the world, and you sell it, that's the price," he is quoted as saying in the Daily Mail report.

"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."

Pogba signed a contract extension earlier in the season keeping him at Juventus until 2019. Former club Manchester United have been keeping tabs on the French international almost ever since he was released by Sir Alex Ferguson back in 2012.

Current United boss Louis Van Gaal reportedly wants a superstar player in every position and Pogba certainly fits that bill as a box-to-box players who has scored six league goals in 18 games this season. 

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