Chelsea target Paul Pogba is unlikely to stay with Juventus this summer, according to former striker Nicola Amoruso.
Pogba joined Juventus in 2012 from United and he has since gone on to become one of the most impressive and established midfielders in European football.
Interest from a number of clubs has since developed and Amoruso believes it will be hard for the Serie A Champions will do well to keep hold of the man
As quoted on the SportsDirectNews website, he said: “There is no denying that Serie A is behind, look at the derby between Real Madrid and Barcelona. It shows how our championship has dropped compared to the past.
“Juventus is doing great, they are playing some great football. Even if they are out of the Champions League.
“Pogba is a guy with great qualities, so at the end of the year it will be difficult to keep him. Teams that have a major economic power are interested in the player.
“It will be really hard to keep him.”