Cape Town - Paul Pogba's time in Italy looks set to end this summer with at least two clubs willing to pay £70 million for his services.
The Mirror reports that Paris Saint Germain will match Juventus' asking price for Paul Pogba.
The Ligue 1 quadruple winners have now entered the bidding war for the French international alongside English Premier League club, Manchester City.
The Serie A champions have slapped a mammoth £70 million valuation but that has not deterred Manchester City, who are reportedly willing to meet Juventus' demands in order to negotiate a move for the player.
Any move for the 22-year-old former Manchester United youth player will now demand on his wage demands with Pogba set to demand upwards of £200,000-a-week.
Real Madrid and Barcelona remain in the race but at this stage lag behind their two free-spending European rivals.