Serie A: Paul Pogba to remain at Juventus


Paul Pogba has revealed that he wants to remain at Juventus, despite interest from most of Europe's top clubs. The Frenchman had joined Juventus from Manchester United in 2012 and went on to become the biggest star of the Italian team. He is just 23 years old but has already won three consecutive Serie A titles with Juventus and also led them to the Champions League final last season.

Last month he was heavily linked with a move to Manchester City after having said that he could become a better player with Pep Guardiola as his coach. Juventus director Giuseppe Marotta says the French midfielder will not leave Juventus at the end of this season, as he is under contract with them until 2019. international, who is under contract to 2019, is fully committed to the club and will not be leaving Turin anytime soon.

"Pogba is a Juventus player and still has an ongoing contract with us," Marotta said. "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."

Juventus are currently leading the Serie A table and they are three points clear of second-placed Napoli with eight matches left in the season. They are 2/7 at Bet365 to retain the Serie A title.

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  • Croatia jakablazic

    24/3/16

    He developed into wonderful box-to-box midfielder. I really like him as a player and think he maybe should leave Juventus and play in stronger league as Premiership or Primera to establish himself as one of the best in the world. He is still very young ( just 23 years old ) and time is his friend. He needs to concentrate right now to retain Serie A title.

  • Serbia milo?.sekuli?

    25/3/16

    I'm thrilled that this guy is not after money only. I was convinced that he will move to Barcelona or Real Madrid . He's still very young, playing better and better,maturing. And when the time comes, they will sell it for even bigger money. Great job for Juventus.

  • Serbia h34dhunt3r

    25/3/16

    Ofcourse he will stay at Juventus, at least for a while longer. They gave him everything he would have asked for five years ago - glory, money, being top-class footballer. Also, only if Barca calls him to join them he would consider, since other teams like Real, MU, Arsenal etc are not on that level yet, changing lineups from season to season and he doesn't want to go there.

  • Croatia jakablazic

    26/3/16

    It is still early to conclude that he will stay, guys. Money is running the world nowdays and Italian clubs are not that financially strong, so if 100m+ bid comes in, I'm almost certain that Juventus couldn't resist and probably would sell Pogba. Solid replacement can be found for much less money.

  • Bulgaria sharpe

    28/3/16

    Obviously Juventus wants to keep him but I'm not sure he's determined to stay. I think if there is some stupid offer for him they should let him go and get the money, sometimes this is the best you could do. I'm a MU fan but never liked him as a player even when he was in Manchester, so amounts like 100-150 mill for Pogba sounds redicilous to me, what will be the Messi price than?

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