Paul Pogba set to leave concedes Allegri with Premier League likely destination

Nagendra / 17 June 2015

Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri has admitted that he and the club would be powerless if there is a large offer this summer. The 22-year old is expected to leave Juventus this summer after reported interest from all the European heavyweights.

The French international is rumoured to be in the centre of bidding war happening between Manchester City, Barcelona and PSG. The player’s bid is expected to be around £80 million and manager Allegri has insisted that it would be difficult for the club to ignore big offers.

He said, “This is a club decision and not a managerial one, but certainly it’s hard to say no to some figures. But if Paul stays he must do so with the right attitude and without regret, because what we’ve achieved this season is only the beginning.”

Paul Pogba has become the world’s best player in his position after moving from Old Trafford two seasons ago for free to Juventus. He is one of the hottest prospects in this year’s transfer window.

Allegri has reiterated his interest for a No.10 player and continued his admiration for Chelsea’s Oscar.

“I like Oscar a lot. He’s a player who can make the difference on the European stage as well, which is great as it’s not a given that a great league player can perform in Europe,” he added.

“I like him, but I also like Isco, Javier Pastore, Angel Di Maria and Toni Kroos.”

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