Paul Pogba's agent Mino Raiola has refused to rule out the Juventus midfielder making a big-money move this summer – but he suggested Manchester United are not the only club following the Frenchman. The 23-year-old has been linked with a world-record move to Old Trafford and Raiola has admitted a transfer could materialise in the coming weeks.
However, the Italian-born Dutch agent has also insisted Pogba is happy in Turin and is not pressing for a move away from the Serie A giants. Indeed, Raiola revealed that in spite of the attention surrounding him, Pogba is "calm" about his future.
"Juve don't want to lose Pogba, they want him to stay for a long time and we've discussed a renewal," Raiola told Sky. "And he doesn't feel that he wants to leave Juventus. We're calm."
Raiola admitted the reported United transfer target faces an uncertain future until the end of the transfer window, admitting there is always the possibility of a big-money move taking place. "Will he stay then? We don't rule anything out, not even a transfer to another club, because the transfer window is long, it closes in September," the agent said of Pogba, who joined Juventus from United in 2012.
Raiola also explained that although he is in frequent contact with clubs around Europe, Pogba could easily shun the interest from elsewhere and extend his stay at Juventus, where he has established himself as a key figure. "I'm not ruling out a sale or a renewal. Between Raiola and every club in the world there's an open channel, not just Manchester United," he shared.
Pogba has been linked with a £100m ($131.2m) return to United this summer, with Jose Mourinho reportedly keen to add the robust midfielder to his new-look squad. The United boss has already agreed deals for Eric Bailly, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Henrikh Mkhitaryan, and has confirmed he is eager to make four "fundamental" signings before the start of the new Premier League season.