France and Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba at the Pierre-Mauroy stadium, Lille, June 19.
Manchester United are among the clubs considering making a move for the French midfielder but Juve are holding out for a mammoth transfer fee.
This is a major blow for Manchester United as they were even willing to break the transfer record to sign the talented Frenchman.
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Reports suggest that Premier League teams are leading the charge for Pogba as they will be the only ones with the finances to complete the deal. Raiola has said Real's interest in signing Pogba is "no secret", which isn't that much of a surprise considering who the interested party is.
"Nothing is decided. We are talking". United fans who aren't already quite familiar with the name Mino Raiola soon will be as they will hear it over and over again this summer.
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If Mourinho really wants Pogba-and all the noises from Raiola and Old Trafford are that he does-then he needs to move fast to capture his man. I want to play for the team and to win for the team. "Paul chooses his future as it's the logical thing".
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But speaking to Spanish sports daily Marca, Mino Raiola confirmed the preferred destination for his player is Real Madrid.
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The French superstar midfielder, who now plays for Juventus, may well stay with the Italian champions, however Raiola has revealed that the Frenchman wants the best project that will help him to go on to compete for world football's biggest player prize. "He left for £800,000 in 2012".