The France star’s representative, Mino Raiola, says the midfielder’s future remains shrouded in doubt but insists he could decide to sign a new contract with the Serie A side
Paul Pogba may yet decide to sign a new contract with Juventus despite reported interest from Real Madrid and Manchester United, according to his agent Mino Raiola.
France star Pogba has been strongly linked with a summer move away from Turin, with Madrid and United understood to be leading the chase for his services.
United, who sold Pogba to Juventus in 2012, are reportedly keen to re-sign the midfielder for a world record fee of £100m, while Raiola stated last June that talks were under way with Madrid.
However, Raiola claims Pogba – who signed a five-year deal at Juventus in October 2014 – is happy with the Serie A giants who are keen for him to ink a new contract extension.
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“There is a lot of talk about Paul’s future, but maybe he will not leave Juventus,” Raiola told The Times.
“He is in no rush to leave, and Juventus do not want him to go. They want him to renew his contract.
“Paul is not desperate to move. We are very happy at Juventus and they are a club that want to keep their star players.”
However, Raiola did claim “several big clubs are in pursuit of his services”.