Paul Pogba
Juventus' Pogba is currenty the most sought after players in EuropeReuters

Paul Pogba's agent Mino Raiola has revealed that the France midfielder may leave Juventus in the summer if he feels it is the "the right moment," insisting that his client will easily "beat" the transfer fee record if he decides to look for a new club.

The 21-year-old midfielder is currently the most coveted player in Europe, having found a lot of success in Italy since his arrival from Manchester United on a free transfer in the summer of 2012.

Despite there being a lot of speculation on Pogba's future this season, with him being linked to a number of top clubs including Manchester United, Manchester City, Paris Saint Germain and Real Madrid, the Frenchman, who signed a new three year deal with Juventus in October, remained in Turin.

However, Raiola insists that Pogba may move to another club in the summer if the time is right.

"Pogba can go to six teams," Raiola told TF1. "You don't need to be Einstein to work that out. If the right moment comes in the summer transfer window, we'll seize the opportunity.

"But if it's not the right time, and he doesn't feel it's right, he could stay another year or two."

The agent, who is also the representative of Zlatan Ibrahimović and Mario Balotelli, is confident that Pogba will break the world transfer record fee set by Gareth Bale when he completed a €100 million (£85 million) switch from Tottenham Hotspur to Real Madrid in 2013.

"He's going to beat it [the record]," the 47-year-old added "If there is one Mona Lisa in the world, and you sell it, that's the price."

Meanwhile, Raiola says that he sees a lot of similarities between Pogba and Paris Saint-Germain star Ibrahimovic, who he has represented since the striker was a relatively unknown player at Ajax.

"He's like Zlatan," he added. "He has already established in his head where he wants to go and how to get there. He's already making his mark on football history.

"There is no player today of 21 years old who has already shown to the world that he can take a team in hand and change the destiny of the team at the top level. Paul has done that."