Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba could leave the Italian giants if he finds a better "sporting project", agent Mino Raiola has revealed.
The Frenchman is a confirmed target for Real Madrid but Manchester United and especially Chelsea are also interested according to reports in Italy.
And Raiola has confirmed that he already held talks with a number of clubs over the potential signing of the 23-year-old.
"Sheiks, everybody [wants him]," Raiola told Marca.
"Pogba's interest is not in being the most expensive signing and neither is it mine.
"The aim is for him to join the best sporting project and win as many titles as possible.
"We are talking with three teams and Paul likes the sporting projects of some of those.
"It's [Real Madrid's interest is] not a secret, each year I meet with Real Madrid but also with [Manchester] United, Barcelona, [Manchester] City, Liverpool ... it's my job.
"We are talking [with Real] but nothing is decided, [Zinedine] Zidane's wish is important and the club's wish is important.
"We are in the initial phase, it's not a negotiation.
"Both sides know what they want and we shall see if we complete a deal or it ends in divorce."