PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi is ready to bankroll a bid for Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba.
Gazzetta dello Sport says Al-Khelaifi is making Pogba a priority target for the summer market and is willing to go as high as €70 million for the Manchester United junior.
Juve GM Beppe Marotta, meanwhile, admits every player has their price - and they're not in the business of keeping players against their will.
"We do not want to lose Pogba, we are a club that is a buyer, not a seller. Generally we do not sell anyone, unless we're explicitly asked by the players themselves..."
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