Juventus director general Beppe Marotta has insisted that the club will reject all offers that they receive for star midfielder Paul Pogba.
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The Bianconeri have already reportedly turned down an €80m bid from Barcelona for the French international, while it was suggested that Manchester City were readying a €100m offer.
However, it appears as though money is irrelevant in this situation as the Italian champions have no desire to sell their star midfielder.
“Pogba is an important element for the consolidation of the club. We will reject all offers,” Marotta said, as reported by Football Italia.
Chelsea are also understood to be monitoring his future, while it was also reported that Juve and Barca have made a pact to renegotiate next summer and conclude a deal.
Given that Andrea Pirlo is set for New York and Carlos Tevez is headed home for Boca Juniors, the ‘Old Lady’ are being forced into a rebuild which threatens to disrupt their domestic dominance.
As a result, they are unlikely to want to part company with either Pogba or Arturo Vidal this summer, at the risk of having to completely rebuild their midfield.