Paul Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola has now insisted the midfielder may stay at Juventus after all despite a host of European clubs vying for his signature.
Although Pogba signed a contract at Juventus last year until 2019, Manchester United, Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid, Manchester City and Chelsea have all been strongly linked with a summer move for the Frenchman.
Raiola has done nothing to quell these rumours and has previously fanned the flames by suggesting Pogba could leave the Italian giants.
It appears Pogba’s situation has changed since then and Raiola has now said he may stay at Juventus and that a move away from the club is not guaranteed.
Speaking about the 21-year-old’s future, Raiola said: “Ligue 1 and PSG are not too small for Paul. All the big clubs are interesting to us, regardless of the league. We respect the leagues in France, Germany, England, Spain and Italy.
“Everyone thinks that Paul will leave Juventus, but that’s not guaranteed.
“Everything depends on what Paul himself and Juventus want. If it’s the moment to leave, then he will leave.”
Pogba has been heavily linked with a return to Man United after the then 19-year-old first left the club in 2011.
His exit from Old Trafford is still painful for United fans as Pogba went on to become one of the world’s best midfielders. Fellow youngster Andreas Pereira may follow in Pogba’s footsteps by leaving United on a free in the summer and the Belgian revealed earlier this month that the pair had been in contact to discuss life at Juventus.