Monday, 2nd December, 2013

Juventus director general Giuseppe Marotta has struck a confident note over keeping hold of rising star Paul Pogba.

The French international has progressed hugely since landing at the Bianconeri in the summer of 2012 and a number of clubs have been linked with bidding for his services.

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Juventus were reported to have turned down two offers from English clubs, thought to be Arsenal and Manchester United, in the summer, although did soften their stance recently when admitting an "indecent" bid might tempt them to sell.

Paris Saint-Germain are also in the hunt and are one such club that could afford to make Juventus an offer they simply cannot refuse.


But Marotta is sure that no move is imminent for Pogba.

He told Sky Italia: "Pogba is doing well.

"He is in an ideal environment and there are no temptations on the horizon to take him away."

Marotta also insisted that at present no Juventus player is lined up to leave the club in the quickly approaching January transfer window.

"I don't know the things that are unpredictable, but at the moment nobody is on their way out."

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