Former Juventus coach Giovanni Trapattoni has insisted that the club would be "silly not to sell" Paul Pogba, who is 'no Lionel Messi'.
The French midfielder is currently linked with several different clubs, including Real Madrid.
Trapattoni believes that his former team should cash in on the deal and get several world-class replacements with the funds.
"If a club wants to do crazy things for a player then it's better to let them go," the 75-year-old said, according to Goal.com.
"Pogba is a great player but he isn't Messi. It would be silly not to sell him for £75m. Juventus could get three quality players at a medium to high European level with the money.
"It would be risky to try spending all the money on one player purely to replace Pogba."