FIFA agent Ernesto Bronzetti has hypothesised that Juventus will sign Paul Pogba to a new contract, but then sell him to Paris Saint-Germain in the summer.
The Frenchman has been linked with PSG as well as Real Madrid in recent months, for his development so far in Turin.
On from increasing reports and indications from the Bianconeri that they will open contract renewal talks with the 20-year-old shortly, Bronzetti has offered his view.
“Pogba to PSG is a scenario that is quite clear. In June he will go,” the agent, who has worked closely with Juventus in the past, has told Premium Calcio today.
“It is not done, but it is an operation that I see happening in the end.
“Juve will not decline an offer of €50m to €60m, whilst I also believe that would be good.
“I think that in the coming months they may reach a preliminary renewal and then he will be sold in the summer.
“In the deal, however, I do not think Verratti can be included.”
Bronzetti commented also in this interview that ‘Juventus offered €30m for Gonzalo Higuain’ in the summer, before reflected on Real Madrid’s apparent interest in Andrea Pirlo and previous reports linking Giorgio Chiellini with the Spaniards.
“Pirlo has never been a goal of Real Madrid’s. [President Florentino] Perez does not buy those aged over 30.
“Chiellini was very close to Real Madrid for about €25m to €30m, but [then Coach Jose] Mournho decided to focus on [Ricardo] Carvalho.”
Bronzetti also represents Carlo Ancelotti, who last summer left PSG to take over at Real Madrid.
“He had been chosen by Manchester United before Moyes, but he had already given his word to Real Madrid.”