France midfielder Paul Pogba could still join Barcelona from Juventus, according to his agent.
The 22-year-old was strongly linked with the Catalan giants over the summer but no deal was agreed.
Pogba's agent Mino Raiola now says there is still the possibility of the move happening, but that Juve would want 100 million euros (almost £72million) for the player.
"We'll see what Barca's project is, and what Paul's project is. All doors are open to all clubs," the Italian told RMC Sport.
"For now, the young man decided last summer to stay for a minimum of one year at Juventus. We should always respect the will of a player when he chooses with his heart.
"We can't give figures, but last year Juventus said no to offers of 85million euros. One hundred million euros? Juve have always said that's the sum they want. It's a way of saying he's one of the best players on the planet.
"When he left Manchester (United) for Juve he chose with his heart, and it will be the same with his next club."
Asked whether it was a straight choice between an English or Spanish club for his next move, Raiola added: "There are others who can afford him. Bayern Munich can afford him, Paris St Germain can afford him..."