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Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal will now have to battle Paris Saint-Germain for Juventus midfield sensation Paul Pogba after the French champions dramatically enter the race for the 22-year-old by agreeing to meet Juventus’s £70 million valuation.

Manchester City is also said to be prepared to meet the Turin side’s demands, but now face a tug of war battle with the Qatari backed Ligue 1 club to bring the French international to the Etihad.

Meanwhile both Real Madrid and Barcelona have also expressed interest in Pogba with the youngster said to favour a move to Spain over England and while Paris Saint-Germain is his hometown club, it is the Spanish giants that appeal to him most with Barcelona apparently confident of landing him following their treble winning season, and the belief that the current transfer ban they are under will be lifted.

Whatever happens it looks like a bidding war will take place for the Juventus midfielder in what is expected to be a very busy summer of transfers.