Chelsea and Manchester United are not the only two chasing Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba.
Paris Saint-Germain are ready to offer £58m to sign the 22-year-old, considered by many as one of the strongest midfielders of the game.
Former Juventus coach Antonio Conte said the midfielder could be one of the world's best two seasons ago and current coach Massimiliano Allegri agreed when he said that the youngster is a potential future world player of the year in January.
Manchester City are also in the race and defender Eliaquim Mangala would be delighted to welcome the Frenchman.
"He's a great player who has everything. Manchester City or any team would love to have him in their ranks," Mangala is quoted as saying by ESPN.
"I know him well, not just from the under-21s, but also the full French national squad. He's a great lad, very mature -- both on and off the field.
"For somebody so young, he has experienced a lot with the Serie A titles he has won and the Champions League final this year."
Meanwhile, Barcelona's transfer advisor Ariedo Braida opted not to comment on the player ahead of the Champions League final against Juventus.
"It does not seem appropriate to talk about that [a possible move for Paul Pogba] before the [Champions League final]," he said.