Frenchman linked with exit next summer.
Juventus director general Beppe Marotta has insisted that the club is confident Paul Pogba will sign a new deal which will include a pay rise.
The 20-year-old has been linked with a move away from the club in recent months, after president Andrea Agnelli admitted that it may be difficult to keep hold of him if a significant offer arrived.
However, Marotta has revealed that they will offer him a new deal, including a pay rise which will reward his development over the past year.
Pogba arrived in Turin on a free transfer after deciding to leave Manchester United, and he has since gone on to score seven goals in 35 appearances while also generally impressing with his dominant displays in midfield.
“Pogba is happy at Juventus and he has no intention of leaving,” Marotta told Sky Sport Italia, as reported by Sky Sports.
“We will soon meet with the Frenchman’s agents to extend our agreement and, at the same time, give him a pay rise for the growth he has shown.”
The Frenchman’s current contract expires in 2016 but it is expected that he will now enter negotiations with the club over extended that further.
Although that doesn’t necessarily rule out the possibility of a departure, instead merely ensuring that the Bianconeri have a stronger bargaining position were an offer to arrive, it is expected that he will grow into a more permanent fixture of Antonio Conte’s line-up.
Meanwhile, Marotta also revealed he is delighted with Conte and Andrea Pirlo’s inclusion in the Ballon d’Or Coach and Player of the Year lists respectively.
The duo have helped the Turin giants to back-to-back Scudetti, and they will be aiming to defend their title whilst also progressing beyond the group stages of the Champions League this season.