Paul Pogba will reject big-money moves and stay with Juventus this summer, according to the club’s director general Giuseppe Marotta.
“Pogba is a Juventus player and still has an ongoing contract with us,” Marotta was quoted as saying by Daily Mirror.
He added: “Plus he has also told us about his intention to stay with us. All the conditions are there for him to continue with Juventus for the upcoming years.
“The Juventus jersey is something you honour right until the end. It is not a foregone conclusion yet that he will stay at Juventus, because nothing is ever guaranteed in football, but it is highly likely that he will stay put.”
The French international, 23, is wanted by Manchester City as Pep Guardiola plots his Etihad revolution, while Paris Saint-Germain are also keen to take him back to his homeland.
The former Manchester United youngster has been linked with an £80million move away from Turin, having already won three successive scudetto titles since his free transfer arrival in 2012.
Pogba’s contract runs until 2019.