Paul Pogba likely to join FC Barcelona, claims Ernesto Bronzetti

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Juventus star Paul Pogba is likely to join La Liga champions FC Barcelona, according to FIFA agent Ernesto Bronzetti.

The France international is a wanted man across Europe with clubs from England and Spain desperate to seal his signature.

Chelsea, Manchester United and Barcelona have all reportedly shown interest in the Juventus star, but according to Bronzetti, the Spanish side are in pole position.


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It was reported that Pogba would leave Juve in the summer, and when Chelsea had a formal bid accepted by the Old Lady, it looked like he would make a shock return to the Premier League, but he opted to stay in Turin.

Since then, Pogba has released an emotional statement regarding the Serie A champions and his future, declaring his love for the club, suggesting that he could be happy to stay put in Italy despite ongoing interest from around Europe.

Move to Barca 'Likely'

Despite being happy at Juventus, a move to the Nou Camp is believed to be his dream and Bronzetti thinks it is a transfer that is 'likely' to happen.

"I know that Barcelona are after him [Pogba]," he told Tuttosport. "It's likely he'll end up there sooner or later.

“We'll have to see whether Juventus decide to sell him. In any case, Barca are not the only Spanish club looking for him.”

Pogba Career

Pogba has developed into one of Europe's top midfielders after swapping Manchester United for the Italian champions back in 2012.

The Frenchman left Old Trafford on a free after failing to agree an extension on his contract and, after agreeing a deal with Juve, he quickly emerged as one of Europe's hottest properties.

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