Paul Pogba agent admits Manchester United target could be playing last Juventus game

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Juventus star Paul Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola has admitted that the Champions League final may be the Manchester United target’s last game in a Juventus shirt, reports Italian publication La Gazzetta Dello Sport.

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The 22-year-old’s representative has also revealed that the youngster already has offers in, but none have been accepted as of yet. This means that the Red Devils, who have been linked by the Metro, could still have a chance of signing the midfielder despite the Daily Mirror believing that he is already set for Barcelona.

Raiola said: “It may be the last game of Pogba for Juventus? Theoretically yes, although we know that Juve do not want to sell. But the market is open until September 2, as I always say. I’ve already arrived concrete offers, but have they’ve already been set aside.”

However, if United do want to bring their former player back to Old Trafford they could have to pay €100 million or more to get their man. This is a hefty price considering that they let the France international go for nothing as recently as 2012. Since then Pogba has vastly improved, and his agent believes he has done enough to become part of one of the most expensive transfers ever.

Raiola added: “The valuation is 100 million? I say the price depends on who buys him, and whoever buys a work of art so rare knows that the price shouldn’t matter. I believe that Pogba will be one of the most expensive players in history because he is a special player and he is young.”

The youngster is set to play in the Champions League final at the Olympiastadion on Saturday. Should the centre-mid put in a great performance against Barcelona it could mean that his value goes up even further.

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