Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri admits it will be tough for the Serie A giants to keep hold of Paul Pogba this summer.
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The French star has been linked with moves to Chelsea, Manchester United, Manchester City, PSG, Real Madrid and Barcelona, and with transfer fees reported to be in the region of £80m, Allegri seems resigned to losing the 22-year-old.
“A Pogba transfer? Obviously it would be a decision made by the club and not by the technical team,” Allegri said to Gazzetta dello Sport (via Independent).
“When you talk about certain figures, it’s difficult to say no.
“But if Paul remains in Turin, he should do it with the right mentality and without having any regrets.”
Pogba has starred in the Juventus midfield since joining the club from Manchester United in 2012 and has become one of Europe’s most highly sought-after talents.
He helped the Old Lady to yet another domestic title this season and was pivotal in guiding his side to the final of the Champions League.
There’s no doubt Juventus will be keen to hold onto Pogba, however club management would be brave to turn down such a high transfer fee.