Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester City and Real Madrid, have been strongly liked at one time or another, but the clear favourites to sign Paul Pogba when their FIFA transfer ban ends, seems to be Barcelona.
Indeed, most of the candidates in the Barcelona presidential elections want to sign the French superstar, who appears to be just as keen to head to the Camp Nou.
Whilst superstar Paul is the talk of Europe, he also has two older twin brothers who are 24-years-old, Florentin and Mathias Pogba.
They might not have the same level same stardom, but they are both working hard to get their own top-flight footballing opportunities, after the pair spent the formative years of their youth careers in Spain with Celta Vigo.
A central defender, Florentin Pogba moved to France and joined Ligue 2 side Sedan. After five seasons with them he finally stepped up to Ligue 1 with a transfer to Saint-Etienne. He made four first-team league appearances in his first season, then 16 during the 2014-15 campaign.
After a spell with French fourth-tier side Quimper, Mathias Pogba has had to work hard for his opportunities in the English lower leagues, with Wrexham, Crewe Alexandra.
Although he started the 2014-15 season in Italy with Serie B side Pescara, limited opportunities lead to his release. In February 2015 Mathias Pogba headed back to England, finishing the season with Crawley Town in League Two, where he made 17 appearances and scored 2 goals.
Currently a free-agent, Mathias Pogba is looking for his next footballing challenge and an ambitious one at that. Like his two brothers, he wants to play for a top-flight club, and now he has that opportunity.
The twice capped Guinea international has joined La Liga side Granada CF for pre-season, where he'll be hoping to make an impact and a good impression over the coming weeks.
Granada manager Jose Ramon Sandoval is currently putting the team through their paces, in the blistering summer heat of the southern Spanish city, and it is he who will make any final decisions over whether Mathias Pogba will be considered one to keep for the 2015-16 season.
Keeping a close eye on his progress in training on Sunday evening, HITC Sport grabbed some images of Mathias Pogba hard at work in training with Granada.