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‘Ligue 1 Not Too Small,’ Says Paul Pogba Agent, Opening Door To Blockbuster PSG Move

The player’s agent has revealed that the France international midfielder wouldn’t consider Ligue 1 or PSG ‘too small’ for his next transfer move.

Mino Raiola, the super agent of Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba, has shed light on his client’s immediate future, fuelling transfer speculation by indicating that the France international would be open to a move to Ligue 1 or Paris Saint-Germain, reports Goal.

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Speculation concerning Pogba’s future has been rife, with the midfielder finding himself linked to a number of the world’s major sides. However, Raiola has insisted that there are no guarantees that the former Manchester United man will leave Juventus.

”Ligue 1 is not too small for Paul Pogba,” Raiola began, speaking to Le Parisien. ”For Paul, all the big clubs are interesting, regardless of the league they’re in.

”We respect La Liga, and the championships of France, England, Italy and Germany.”

The news will be welcome at Paris Saint-Germain, who have been heavily linked with a summer move for the talented central midfielder. However, Raiola was quick to point out that observers should not assume that his client is on the move.

“Everyone thinks that Paul will leave Juventus this summer, but this isn’t certain.

”Everything depends on what Juve and Paul want. If it’s the time to leave, then he’ll go.”

Pogba currently enjoys a fine reputation in the world game following his excellent, consistent performances for both Juventus and France. He has featured 21 times in Serie A so far this season, scoring six goals and contributing two assists.

The Old Lady currently sit atop the Italian top flight, nine points clear of AS Roma, and are heavy favourites to claim a fourth-straight Serie A crown.

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