Juventus: Paul Pogba is not for SALE

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The Bianconeri have ruled out any potential transfer for young dynamite midfielder Paul Pogba who attracts interest from European giants Real Madrid, Barcelona and English Premier League clubs Chelsea and Manchester City. Juventus won their Fifth consecutive Serie A title last weekend when they defeated Fiorentina by 2-1. Paul Pogba managed to win a place in the FIFA World Team of the Year last season and is expected to retain his place.

Pogba was amazing for Juventus in the Serie A this season, scoring 9 goals and assisting 13. Not bad for a holding midfielder. Pogba improved his game over the years and is currently the best box-t0-box midfielder in Europe amid his age, the French man is just 23-year-old. Pogba is wanted by almost all the top clubs in Europe with Real Madrid leading the chase. The Spanish capital club are desperate for the French star but was denied all proposal by Juventus last summer.

With the summer transfer window set to open wide, clubs are already in a rush to complete their targetted signings as soon as possible. Juventus, being one of the top clubs in Europe planning their transfer plans and the club’s general manager Beppe Marotta has confirmed that the club has no plans to sell their most valuable player even for a record transfer fee.

“We made a clear decision on Pogba last year.”

“He is going to be a key element for years to come. He’s happy with us, he’s grown and he’s become a champion, and this is his natural habitat,” Marotta told RAI radio.

Pogba’s agent, the renowned Mino Raiola also echoed Marotta’s words but did not rule out a future move completely. But Raiola is adamant that Pogba will cost at least 100m Euros.
“Juve won’t accept anything less than €100 million for his sale and I agree with that, though he is more than happy to remain with the Bianconeri,” Raiola told La Gazzetta dello Sport back in March.

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