Juventus claim that there is no basis to assume that midfielder Paul Pogba will join Paris Saint-Germain at the end of the season. Former Manchester United midfielder Pogba is widely expected to return to France in the summer and sign for PSG. Figures of around ˆ70 million (57 million) have been discussed with regards to the fee PSG are willing to pay for the 21-year-old. However, Juventus director general Giuseppe Marotta has denied that there has been any contact with PSG over Pogba. Marotta told Tuttosport that the rumours have no basis and that they are keen to keep hold of Pogba. He also said that the idea of receiving ˆ70 million would be desirable, but the club are more interested in winning trophies. Marotta also dismissed any suggestion that former united striker Carlos Tevez and Spanish forward Fernando Llorente could be sold in the summer. Tevez has been linked with a move to Atletico Madrid as a potential replacement for Diego Costa who has been targeted by Chelsea.