Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba is a man in demand and French giants Paris Saint-Germain could be getting ready to step in with a bumper offer.
Pogba is said to be on the radar of PSG, Chelsea, Real Madrid and former club Manchester United but Juventus have always stressed their intention to keep him.
However, many experts suggested that Juventus' attempt to sign Inter's Fredy Guarin was a concession that they will soon have to part company with Pogba.
La Gazzetta dello Sport believes that PSG are willing to offer up to around £57m for Pogba's signature - a sum that Juventus would struggle to turn down and that other interested parties would struggle to match.
The paper claims that the Old Lady has fended off any approaches for the 20-year-old so far and work is still in progress to tie Pogba down to a new contract.
Negotiations over a new deal are set to re-open at the end of the January transfer window as long as Juventus don't accept a bid for the player.
Juventus are ready to present an extension until 2018 worth around £3.3m per season.
However, if Pogba is motivated by money he would be able to earn more by agreeing a transfer to any of his potential suitors.
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