Paul Pogba's representative Mino Raiola believes the Juventus midfielder is interested in several top European clubs.
Currently on international duty with Euro 2016 hosts France, the former Manchester United player remains one of the world's most sought after creative talents.
Real Madrid's persistent interest in Pogba has heightened ahead of the upcoming summer transfer window, with the 23-year-old producing another consistent campaign in 2015-16.
"Will Pogba leave Juventus?" Raiola pondered to Premium Sport.
READ MORE | Real Madrid in talks with Pogba, agent claims
"Paul has to grow. He’s at Juve now, so any transfer must be run past Juventus.
"I’ve said that he likes [Real Madrid manager Zinedine] Zidane, Real Madrid is fascinating as are Barcelona, Manchester United, Paris Saint-Germain, [Manchester] City, Chelsea and also Juve."
Despite considerable interest from abroad, the player's agent admitted he would not neglect potential offers from rival Italian clubs. However, Raiola dismissed suggestions any move would be stimulated by financial gain.
"Of course, money matters a lot. But if there are no business plans and there’s no investment it won’t change anything," he said.
"Would I listen to offers from Milan and Inter for Pogba? Why not? My interest is to represent my players as well as possible, so I don’t rule anything out.
"I have to do right by my players."