Legendary Inter striker Alessandro Altobelli has shared his belief that Inter making a move for Manchester United’s Paul Pogba will depend on Inter manager Antonio Conte.

Inter are one of a quartet of clubs to have been linked with the 27-year-old midfielder in the past few weeks with Juventus, Real Madrid and Paris Saint Germain all also being linked with him.

Understandably the 2018 World Cup winner will come far from cheap with one report today even suggesting a move could cost clubs in the region of €220 million when the transfer fee and the salary he will be paid are combined.

“Would Conte want him instead of Sensi or Barella? If Conte believes that Pogba can be the one seen at Juventus and France again and can help his Inter grow even more then I say that the club can try sign him but of course there is his salary which is scary as he earns twice as much as the others,” Altobelli explained in an interview with Gazzetta dello Sport, which appeared in today’s print edition.

Pogba, who has been with the Premier League club since 2016 and has a contract with them until the end of next season, has made just eight appearances across all competitions to date this season due to injury, in which he has tallied two assists.