Juventus have hit back at suggestions Paul Pogba could leave the club in the summer after insisting he is going nowhere. The Serie A club have been forced to endure endless speculation the 20-year-old will leave Italy after the player admitted his heart is still at Old Trafford following his time at Man United.
While David Moyes has been monitoring events, Paris Saint Germain are the latest club to be linked with the Frenchman, with them reportedly lining up a 60m bid. But Juventus president Andrea Agnelli said Pogba remains central to the Old Lady’s plans, while suggesting the midfielder owes the club after his nightmare United spell ended after a bust-up with then boss Alex Ferguson. “PSG’s interest in him? Attention of the big clubs cannot frighten you, but it is a source of pride. You have to stay calm,” he said at the UNESCO event for football against racism. “I don’t see the reason why we should deprive ourselves of Pogba: he is our growth. Every season we try to make Juve stronger, and Pogba stays with us. “Just two years ago nobody knew Paul Pogba, and our directors Beppe Marotta and Fabio Paratici were good to find him, now Juventus want to find another Paul Pogba. ”
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