Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba will reportedly attempt to solve an image-rights issue in the coming months in order to leave Juventus.
Pogba has been heavily linked with a move away from the Serie A, with Chelsea, Manchester City and Barcelona understood to be interested in his services.
According to Daily Star, a former agent is demanding a staggering £25m in order to give up his stake in the former Manchester United prodigy.
It is understood that the former agent’s demands were a key stumbling block in Chelsea’s interest in the France international, but the report suggests Pogba and new agent Mino Raiola will go to the courts in order to resolve the issue.
Juventus are understood to be keen to hold onto Pogba, but Chelsea are believed to be prepared to pay a British-record fee for the 22-year-old.
Barcelona is still favourites to land Pogba, with the Catalan club’s transfer ban ending in January.
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