Paul Pogba's agent Mino Raiola has insisted the French midfielder may leave Juventus in the summer but warned any potential suitor will need to pay in excess of £85m to secure his services - in turn breaking the world record transfer deal held by Gareth Bale's move from Tottenham Hotspur to Real Madrid.
The Spanish giants paid around £85m to Spurs in the summer of 2013 to secure the services of the Wales international, beating the £80m they spent to lure Cristiano Ronaldo from Manchester United in 2009.
And with United, Chelsea, Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid reportedly interested in Pogba, Raiola says the French international's future move away from Juventus will beat those records as he is proving to be the best young player in the world.
"If there is one Mona Lisa in the world, and she is for sale, it will be a record price," Raiola said to Telefoot.
"Not a single player at the age of 21 has shown the world what he can do: lead a team in the palm of his hand. Pogba, he has done it already. His future? He could join any team."
Meanwhile, Raiola has once again admitted the former United academy star may leave Serie A in the summer.
"If the right time comes this summer, then it will happen. If it is not the right time, he could stay for another year or two," he said.
"He wants to make his mark on football history and he is already doing that."
Pogba left United for Juventus in 2012 after becoming frustrated by a lack of opportunities under Sir Alex Ferguson.
However, Raiola recently refused to rule out a return to the Premier League, claiming the player still has very nice memories from his time at Old Trafford.
He said: "Paul has always said he is not angry with Manchester United – you need to move on. So there is no personal grudge against Manchester United. On the contrary, he holds Manchester United very dear and has very nice memories."