Juventus general manager Giuseppe Marotta has insisted that the Serie A champions do not need to sell Manchester United and Chelsea target Paul Pogba, reports Sky Sports.
Manchester City, PSG, Barcelona, and Real Madrid have all also been linked with big money moves for the midfielder, but it looks like the Turin outfit don’t want to sell, whilst also insisting no offers have been made for the French international.
Marotta said: “Pogba is a young player with lots of promise but he is realising his potential. We want to win and we don’t necessarily have to sell our best players. It is clear that players of this quality attract interest from other clubs but we don’t seek buyers and there has been no contact.”
Pogba has been in great form and has a propensity for scoring some great goals from distance.
The Red Devils let the 22-year-old leave the club in 2012, and that could end up being a very expensive mistake for the club.
Meanwhile Chelsea could be looking to improve their squad in the summer after disappointing in the FA Cup and Champions League this campaign.