Pogba had an impressive debut season for Juventus and has been linked with moves to several high profile clubs this summer.
Juventus director general Giuseppe Marotta has claimed that Real Madrid have made enquiries about the possibility of signing midfielder Paul Pogba this summer but have been told that the Frenchman isn’t for sale, Goal.com reports.
Pogba had an excellent debut season for Juventus having joined the Italian club from Manchester United last summer.
The Frenchman’s excellent performances for the Italian Champions has led to interest from other clubs but when Real Madrid president Florentino Perez asked about Pogba’s availability, Marotta insisted the Frenchman wouldn’t be sold.
“Florentino Perez enquired about him but there were no negotiations,” Marotta told Sky Sport Italia.
Pogba helped Juventus regain the Serie A title last season and with the Frenchman set to become a star player for the club, Marotta insists he wants to keep hold of him for the foreseeable future.
He declared: “We have no intention of selling him as he’s not yet expressed his full potential.”
Pogba himself is unlikely to want to leave Juventus anytime soon as he has finally been given the first team football that he wanted when he was at Manchester United.
That will be a big disappointment to Arsenal, who were also interested in signing the talented Frenchman.