Juventus have told Paul Pogba he must decide his future within the next 20 days – amid growing interest from Manchester City.
The midfielder is one of the most in-demand players in Europe and he has been scouted by all of the continent’s top clubs.
Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid have been linked with Pogba, while Pep Guardiola’s arrival at Manchester City has increased their interest.
All the speculation has, according to Gazzetta dello Sport, forced Juventus to put a deadline on when Pogba decides his future.
The Italian champions are wary of how busy the summer will be due to Euro 2016 and have told the Frenchman he must inform them if he wants to stay within the next 20 days.
If Pogba does elect to leave then it is expected that Juve will demand a world record fee for his signature, with offers likely to exceed £90m.