Juve boss sets his price for the midfielder.
Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri has given interested parties Chelsea and Manchester United renewed hope in signing Paul Pogba by naming his price for the midfielder.
Pogba was a youth player at Old Trafford, but left for Turin in 2012 as he was frustrated at a lack of game time under Sir Alex Ferguson and has since gone onto be recognised as one of the best players in world football.
This is despite the fact the France international is still only 21-years-old, as he has played a key role in Juve winning the Serie A title for the past three years in a row.
This has understandably seen Pogba’s value rocket upwards, but whilst La Bianconeri boss Allegri does not want to part with his prized asset, he appreciates that everything has a price in football.
“Of course, Pogba is only 21 and he’s got the quality to get even better,” the Italian was quoted by the Metro.
“He is destined to become the best player in the world.
“To win games, you need to have strong players, otherwise there wouldn’t be players worth 100 million euros (£75 million) and others worth five.
“Everything has a value in life, unfortunately, and the outstanding players are hard to replace, but things always move on in football.
“For now, let’s just enjoy having him.”