Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri says Paul Pogba is happy to stay with the Italian club despite interest from some of Europe's biggest clubs.
The Frenchman had a superb season for Juve, helping them to the Champions League final. He has been linked with Barcelona, Manchester City and even a potential return to Manchester United – the club who let him go to Juventus for nothing.
Allegri however says that Pogba – who is under contract with the Italian giants until the end of the 2018-19 season – is not seeking a move.
“Juventus don’t need to sell Pogba. However it also depends on what the player wants,” he told Sky Sports Italia.
“I’ve talked with Pogba and he’s told me he is happy to stay to Turin. He is young – I think he needs to remain with Juventus in order to grow.
“At a club like Juventus is easier to do it. His career is still very long. Besides, Juventus is as good as the other big European clubs.”