Former Juventus coach Giovanni Trapattoni says they should sell Paul Pogba at the end of the season.Real Madrid, Manchester United and Manchester City are all interested in the Frenchman.
Trapattoni told Tuttosport: "Pogba's a great player but he is not Lionel Messi, otherwise it would be a sacrilege to sell him.
"For £75m it is better to sell him. You can then get three players from medium-to-high European clubs.
"To sell Pogba for £75m and then look for a direct replacement risks spending all the money on someone who is less strong. It's happened before at Juventus. But if you choose the replacements well, it's not a problem."
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