Juventus have always strenuously denied that Pogba will be allowed to leave and see the Frenchman as a big part of the future in Turin. But they also accept that every player has his price, and they would not be able to resist an enormous bid for the 20-year-old star. And according to reports in France that is even more the case now that Fernando could be available for nothing in the summer. The 26-year-old Brazilian-born midfielder was part of a failed deal on deadline day that would have seen him join Manchester City along with Eliaquim Mangala in the £45m move. The move eventually fell through largely due to the players' complicated third-party ownership arrangements but have definitely changed Fernando's outlook.