Mino Raiola says Juventus target Paul Pogba sees Italy “as his second home,” but states it’s “too early” to think about any potential transfer.
Pogba has long been linked with a return to Turin, and this has intensified this season with the poor form of Manchester United in the Premier League.
Pogba has also spent a large portion of the season out through injury.
Raiola spoke to Sport Mediaset about one of his star clients.
“I speak to [Juventus vice-President] Pavel Nedved about him, about other players. Our job is to represent, inform, see, dream and put down ideas,” Raiola told the channel.
“Pogba is also talked about by other sides.”
Asked if a return to Juve was impossible, Raiola speculated otherwise.
“If things were impossible in the transfer market, it wouldn’t exist.
“Juve, PSG, Real Madrid and Barcelona have always shown that nothing is impossible.
“Like with Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Italy is a second home for Pogba, so he doesn’t mind the idea of a return to Juve.
“However it’s too early to talk about things like this. There is still the season to finish and the European Championships.
“Let’s wait for these things to finish first.”
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