Man City and Chelsea have been handed fresh hope as Juventus president Andrea Agnelli admits that Paul Pogba isn’t ‘unsellable’.
The French international has been heavily linked with a move to Barcelona in recent weeks, and it has been reported that the two clubs have made a pact for next summer after Juve rejected an initial €80m bid.
With Andrea Pirlo moving to New York and Arturo Vidal the subject of significant speculation too, the Bianconeri may well be forced into an overhaul at some stage with Agnelli conceding that he can’t definitely say that Pogba will not leave.
“Is Pogba unsellable? In football nothing is definite,” he said to Tuttosport.
“My players are only unsellable from September 1.”
The 22-year-old has himself insisted that he is happy in Turin, and it doesn’t appear as though there is any immediate threat that he will leave the Italian giants.
However, both Man City and Chelsea have also been linked with a move for the former Manchester United youngster, and so it remains to be seen if they return to test the resolve of Agnelli before the transfer deadline passes.