Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri says the club would struggle to keep Paul Pogba if they received an astronomical offer.
It seems that every footballer has a price regardless of what chairman and managers say.
French international Pogba has been linked with a move to the likes of Barcelona, as per Goal, and Manchester City, as per the Daily Star, and Allegri does not sound confident about being able to keep hold of Pogba.
"A Pogba transfer? Obviously it would be a decision made by the club and not by the technical team," Allegri said to La Gazzetta dello Sport.
"When you talk about certain figures, it's difficult to say no.
"But if Paul remains in Turin, he should do it with the right mentality and without having any regrets."
Paul Pogba is among the hottest prospects in world football right now and it comes as no surprise to hear clubs all round Europe interested in his signature.
The 22-year-old capped off the season with a domestic double with Juventus and reaching the Champions League final which they lost against Barcelona.
Juventus signed Pogba on a free from Manchester United after the youngster fell out of favour with manager at the time Sir Alex Ferguson.
If he was still at Old Trafford today, Louis van Gaal's midfield would look very different or, in other words, much stronger.
Pogba is also a regular in the France international squad after featuring in last year's World Cup in Brazil. He has the potential to reach the very top in football and this next move will be his biggest yet.