Despite widespread speculation over Paul Pogba’s future, Juventus say that they have no intention of selling the Chelsea and Manchester United target.
A number of clubs including Manchester City and Real Madrid have also been linked with the highly regarded 22-year-old.
However, the Sun reports Juve’s chief executive Giuseppe Marotta as saying the Turin-based club wouldn’t consider selling the midfielder not even €80 million.
“There are clubs that are ready to spend 70 to 80 million euros for Pogba,” said Marotta.
“But we want him to stay with us. If we want to improve, we need players of great quality like Pogba.”
Pogba exited Manchester United in 2012 on a free transfer to Serie A after failing to secure game time under Sir Alex Ferguson.
His time in Turin has seen him develop into one of the world’s most widely admired talents.
His role in the middle for the Old Lady has helped secure two Serie A titles over the past two years as well as two Italian Supercoppas.
The French international has so far scored an impressive nine goals and provided four assists this season.