The West London Blues were alleged to have been intrigued by the defensive-minded midfielder - who attempted 84 tackles in Serie A competition last season - and were believed to be tempted into making a summer bid for the player in order to complete a new-look midfield trio that would consist of himself, Nemanja Matic and the more creative Francesc Fabregas.
However, since reports Pogba was valued at £60 million by parent club Juventus surfaced, Chelsea's interest has seemingly cooled.
Commenting on Pogba's contractual situation in Turin, Raiola said, as reported Gazzetta dello Sport: "I’ve not spoken yet with [sporting director Giuseppe] Marotta and I’ve no plans to meet him in the near future.
"Anything is possible for Paul - he could remain at Juve without renewing his contract or it is also possible that he could decide to sign an extension before the start of the new Italian season."
Pogba is currently tied to the Bianconeri until 2016 and it is speculated that he currently earns €50,000 per week.