Paris Saint-Germain have told Italian clubs interested in Jeremy Menez and Lucas Moura that they won’t be sold in January.
Juventus have been paired with the duo, but PSG chief Nasser Al Khelaifi has told the Gazzetta dello Sport that he expects the duo to remain.
“Menez, Blaise Matuidi and Lucas Moura will all stay at Paris SG,” he noted. “We will be selling nobody in January.”
PSG are now powerhouses on the transfer market and recent whispers suggest they are keeping an eye on Juve’s Paul Pogba.
“Juventus are a club who we respect a lot,” he added. “If they have a player that we like then the first thing that we’ll do is talk with their directors.
“After that we would see whether there is any chance that we can then negotiate with the player.”