Paul Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola has revealed that Barcelona could land his client for €100 Million, the Guardian reports.
The Frenchman was heavily linked with a move during the summer, with a host of top European clubs keen on acquiring him.
His agent has now revealed there was three offers of £61 Million on the table, which were all turned down.
He claims that Barcelona could have wrapped up a deal for the powerful midfielder, had they not been under a FIFA imposed transfer ban, and the door is open for a move.
“We’ll see what Barça’s project is, and what Paul’s project is. All doors are open to all clubs. For now, the young man decided last summer to stay for a minimum of one year at Juventus. We should always respect the will of a player when he chooses with his heart.
“We can’t give figures, but last year Juventus said no to offers of €85m. One hundred million euros? Juve have always said that’s the sum they want. It’s a way of saying he’s one of the best players on the planet.
“When he left Manchester [United] for Juve he chose with his heart, and it will be the same with his next club.”
Chelsea were claimed to have made an offer to sign the Juventus star, and is likely to have been the offer from England, but Raiola claims they could not afford him, stating only Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Paris as possibilities.