Juventus are right in the middle of most of the blockbuster transfer rumors out there. This is primarily because Mino Raiola, manager of superstar Paul Pogba, is the Don King of international football and cannot keep his mouth shut. Pretty much every big team (and every wannabe big team) in Europe has been linked with Pogba in some (preposterous) blockbuster deal -
Barcelona - The first offer is €70million to be paid in installments, and the player will remain at Juventus until the summer of 2016 unless FIFA do not lift the transfer ban on Barcelona this summer. If that did happen, Barcelona would offer €10m more (link).
Real Madrid - Raiola has spoken with manager Carlo Ancelotti recently. Los Blancos are willing to let Luka Modric go to comply with Financial Fair Play regulations to make room for Pogba. Reported price of £80 million (link).
Paris St. Germain - Pavel Nedved has confirmed that PSG have already made an offer (link). Raiola represents a bunch of people at PSG already (link). Marco Verratti has said he'd like to play alongside Pogba at PSG (link).
Chelsea - Apparently Juventus are interested in midfielders Oscar and Ramirez, in what will be some sort of a swap deal for Pogba (link).
Manchester United - Rumor has it United have requested a meeting with Juventus over the potential transfer of Pogba for £54million plus Van Persie (link).
Manchester City - City are prepared to offer striker Edin Dzeko, midfielder Samir Nasri and an unspecified amount of cash. (link)
Arsenal - No details on what exactly their offer will be, but will have to fork out £140,000 per-week just for the players wages. Will Arsene Wenger rekindle his French romance (link)?