Juventus sporting director Giuseppe Marotta has admitted that he cannot stand in the way of Paul Pogba leaving with Arsenal, Manchester United, and Chelsea interested, reports the Daily Express.
The 22-year-old has been linked to some of the biggest clubs in Europe after a couple of stellar seasons in Turin, with nine goals and four assists in the current campaign.
It could take a massive bid to take him away, and clubs are apparently ready to pay between £50-55 million for the midfielder.
This is especially galling for the Red Devils, who let him go for free in 2012, and It could end up being a very expensive mistake.
However, there is some bad news for the sides in the chase for the France international, with him having expressed no desire to leave as of yet. This may be a different story if the interest becomes more concrete in the summer.
“Pogba is the protagonist of his own destiny and if he decides to leave then we can’t stop him. Pogba has not indicated a willingness to leave, though.
The problem will come when the player is offered a contract that is two or three times what he already earns. We’re talking in the tens of millions per year.”