Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba's agent Mino Raiola has revealed that his client could remain with the Italian champions beyond the current season despite interest from various big European clubs.
The French midfielder has been heavily linked with a move away from Turin during the summer transfer window, with clubs from England, France and Spain interested in signing him.
Manchester United, Chelsea, Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid are the main contenders for the midfielder's signature.
Pogba has been mightily impressive since his free transfer from Old Trafford in 2012 and has now established himself as one of the most highly coveted midfielders in the world.
The Frenchman, who was linked with a move away during the summer transfer window recently signed a new £70,000-a-week four-year contract with the Serie A champions, and his agent has made it clear that the player's future will depend entirely on himself.
The Juventus manager had earlier revealed that the midfielder will be allowed to leave for the right price, but Raiola has suggested that despite the interest from big clubs, Pogba could remain at Juventus beyond this season.
"Ligue 1 and PSG are not too small for Paul," Raiola said, as quoted by the Daily Mail.
"All the big clubs are interesting to us, regardless of the league. We respect the leagues in France, Germany, England, Spain and Italy."
"Everyone thinks that Paul will leave Juventus, but that's not guaranteed. Everything depends on what Paul himself and Juventus want. If it's the moment to leave, then he will leave," Pogba's agent explained.
However, if Juventus were to sell the player, it is believed that interested clubs will have to stump up a fee of around £75m to land the midfielder's signature.