France international says he wants to continue to win trophies in Turin.
Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba has dismissed suggestions that he could be set to make a dramatic return to Manchester United this summer.
The 21-year-old left Old Trafford on a free transfer just two years ago following a contract despite with the Red Devils.
He has since established himself as one of the finest midfielders in Europe. In 34 Serie A matches this season, he has scored seven goals and provided seven assists.
Pogba is reportedly being courted by a number of elite clubs, including United, Manchester City and Real Madrid.
However, he insists that he is very happy in Turin, where he is under contract until June 2016.
He told La Stampa: “Valued at €70million? I don’t think about the market, I only care about playing. I never thought or talked about a transfer with any other club,” he told La Stampa.
“I have a contract with Juventus, so what are we talking about? I want to continue to win here.
“And I never said I wanted to play for Real Madrid. I said Real Madrid and Manchester United are big clubs, like Juventus.”
Pogba has already won two league titles and two Italian Super Cups with Juve.
He has been capped eight times by France at senior international level and is hoping to add a World Cup medal to his growing list of honours in July.
“I also dream of the World Cup, I don’t know about our chances, but I have faith in the French team,” he added.
France had to overturn a 2-0 first-leg deficit to beat Ukraine in a qualifying playoff to reach Brazil 2014.
They have been drawn in Group E, along with Switzerland, Ecuador and Honduras.
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