Paul Pogba: Manchester United? Chelsea? Agent reveals which club midfielder will be playing at next season
Juventus midfielder is going nowhere says agent
Monday 30 June 2014
Paul Pogba will remain at Juventus next season despite reported interest from a host of major European clubs, according to his agent.
The French midfielder has become one of Europe's most sought after players since his move to Turin from Manchester United in 2012.
The most recent club to be linked with Pogba are Chelsea, who were reported to be preparing a £60m offer for the player.
However Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United, no doubt bitterly regretting letting him leave in the first place, have also both been linked with signing the player.
However according to the player's agent, it appears for now that Pogba is going nowhere.
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"We have decided not to speak of the transfer market with regards to Paul until after the World Cup," Pogba's agent Mino Raiola said to Italian TV station Rai Sport. "But I can calmly say that his future will still be at Juventus, where he feels very happy."
The Frenchman has two years to run on his contract at last year's Serie A winners, for whom he provided seven goals and seven assists in 36 appearances last campaign.
The 21-year-old is currently at the World Cup in Brazil with the French national side.
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