Manchester United and Chelsea target Paul Pogba could leave Juventus in the summer transfer window, according to his agent Mino Raiola.
The French international has been one of the sought out midfielders and his form has seen him attract interest from clubs around the continent. Louis van Gaal has identified Pogba as a priority summer signing as Red Devils are keen to re-sign the former midfielder.
In addition to this, Chelsea are also in the race to sign Juventus star as Jose Mourinho is looking to build a squad at Stamford Bridge to win the Europe's elite club competition. Pogba started during the Champions League final defeat to Barcelona in Berlin.
Raiola admitted the clash against the Catalan giants could be Pogba's final game in Juventus shirt.
"Berlin could be Pogba's last game with Juventus. They don't want to sell him. Whoever wants him will have to buy him," Raiola told Sky Sport Italia.
"However, it could happen. The market is open until September 2. He has a contract with Juventus, who have not made any moves to sell him."
"Concrete offers arrived but they were brushed aside. But the price will be decided by who wants him. The price doesn't matter to someone who wants to buy a work of art."
"Juventus will control the auction but it will be one of the most costly transfers in history. He's a special player. He's already given us a glimpse of the path he's on even though we have not even seen the best of Pogba," the midfielder's agent stressed.
Real Madrid were also believed to be interested in signing the former United man and rumours suggested they had already made a bid for him. However, the Spanish club officially denied making any bid and confirmed the reports to be false.
Zinedine Zidane remains hopeful that his compatriot could snub offers from other clubs and make a switch to Real.
"I don't know where he will end up, I have no information. Pogba has the quality to play wherever he wants," Zidane told Radio Monte Carlo.
"Now, if he has to leave Juventus... I adore Real Madrid and the best players play here, so I think it would be good for him to come. This is not a current issue right now but he has incredible potential."