Report: Juventus losing grip on Paul Pogba; 3 Premier League clubs interested
Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri has resigned himself to the fact that the club may soon have to bid adieu to Paul Pogba. Allegri remarked that his transfer would generate enough money to buy three or four good players, but that it would be impossible to replace an excellent midfielder like Pogba.
Earlier, Juventus had to deal with a similar situation when Zinedine Zidane was sold to Real Madrid in 2001. However, the Italian manager feels that Pogba's situation is "somewhat different" to that of Zidane's.
He said, "Everything in life has a price, but it will be difficult to replace him.
“He has 10 great years ahead of him, with all the possibility to grow even more,” he added.
The French International proved his worth in Sunday’s Serie A match against Chievo Verona as he picked up the ball 25 yards from goal and scored with a screamer in the 60th minute.
Meanwhile, Manchester United, Chelsea and Manchester City are also willing to acquire his services for £75 million. Ever since the midfielder departed from Old Trafford, rumours of his return to Premier League have flooded Europe. According to other reports, La Liga giants Real Madrid, PSG and Bayern Munich are also willing to bid for the player.