Italian international happy in Turin and has no desire to leave.
Juventus midfielder Andrea Pirlo has dismissed rumours linking him with a move to Real Madrid this summer, according to Sky Sports.
The 33-year-old will celebrate the conclusion of the Serie A season on Saturday night, as Juve travel to Sampdoria having already clinched back-to-back Scudetti.
With speculation suggesting that PSG coach Carlo Ancelotti is being lined up as a possible replacement for the out-going Jose Mourinho, there had been whispers that the World Cup winner would be tempted to work with his former Milan boss again.
However, despite his admiration for the Italian tactician, Pirlo has revealed he has no intention of leaving Turin as he hopes to help continue their dominance domestically and transfer that into Europe.
“These are rumours which have begun circulating in the last few hours, but I have a contract with Juventus.
“I’m happy here, we are winning things and we want to win again. I don’t think there are any problems,” he told the media.
The former Milan playmaker has had a glittering career spanning across almost two decades, and having announced his international retirement after the World Cup next summer, he also revealed that he will know when the time is right to call time on his club career.
“I have thought about retiring.
“I’ll evaluate it season by season. When I don’t feel myself at the top I’ll stop,” he concluded.
Based on his recent form for both club and country, it may will be a little while yet before arguably one of the greatest midfielders of all time decides to hang up his boots.