Paul Pogba’s agent has hinted that his client will have to move clubs sooner rather than later in an interview with Italian media source Sportmediaset.
Pogba has been attracting interest from a number of top club around the world, including Champions League holders Real Madrid.
Now his agent has claimed that his client cannot stay in Italy indefinitely and will likely look to move at some point in the future.
"He cannot stay for very much longer in Italy. It will depend on the Bianconeri," Raiola has told Sportmediaset.
"We extended his contract and we are happy that we did so. But when it is the right time to leave, we will inform them. I don't know when that moment will be."
Pogba has been nothing short of a revelation since signing for Juventus on a free transfer from United in 2012, scoring 22 goals in 104 appearances and becoming a leading player in Serie A.
He recently signed a new contract at the club that will keep him with the champions until 2019, but his agent’s comments suggest he may not see that contract out.