Juventus dg Beppe Marotta reiterated “we’ve no intention of selling Paul Pogba. On the contrary, he’ll renew his contract.”
The French midfielder arrived on a free transfer from Manchester United and has quickly climbed through the ranks to become a key figure for both club and country.
“There is nothing more to add,” Marotta told Tuttosport when asked about a Paris Saint-Germain offer.
“We’ve no intention of selling Pogba. On the contrary, he’ll renew his contract.”
Negotiations to extend the 20-year-old’s deal are at an advanced stage.
Meanwhile, the paper also suggests Juve’s January transfer targets include Cagliari midfielder Radja Nainggolan, Parma winger Jonathan Biabiany and Manchester United’s Nani.
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