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Transfer: Paul Pogba's agent says player remains happy at Juventus

By Patrick Haond.   Last Updated: 20/05/14 12:30pm

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Paul Pogba: Juve star in demand

Paul Pogba: Juve star in demand

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Paul Pogba's agent has reiterated that his client is happy at Juventus, but insists they will never rule out a possible move.

The France midfield star has emerged as one of Europe's best young players since he moved to Turin in 2012, after he quit Manchester United.

Europe's big guns Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid, Barcelona and Real Madrid are all widely reported to be keeping close tabs on the 21-year-old's situation.

And whilst both Pogba and Mino Raiola insists he is not looking to leave, the agent admits that in football you can never rule anything out.

In an interview with L'Equipe, he says: "Paul never stated 'I am not happy, I have to leave Juve'.

"We are very happy, and Juventus stated they don't want to sell him. But could you imagine them saying the contrary?

"As I say every year, I have to be ready to do anything. If tomorrow there is an offer that would satisfy everyone and Paul believes it is something good for his career, why should we refuse it?

"But I repeat we are not in a situation where Paul absolutely needs to leave. Nowadays Paul is serene. He knows he can stay at Juve and be happy here. But in football you can never say never."

Pogba currently has two years left on his current deal at Juventus, who want to extend that.

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