Frenchman had been of interest to top European clubs.
Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba is reportedly set to sign a new deal with the club to extend his stay until 2018.
According to Goal.com, the French midfielder will sign the two-year extension in the coming weeks as he looks to play a significant role in the club’s bid to secure a third consecutive title this season.
The former Manchester United star joined the Turin giants on a free transfer in 2012, making 27 league appearances for the club and netting five goals as he impressed in his debut season in Italy.
However, that also gained interest from clubs around Europe but despite the likes of Real Madrid being rumoured to be monitoring the starlet, it is believed that he will continue his journey with the Serie A giants.
His current deal is set to expire in 2016, but having recently spoken of his desire to emulate the success of compatriot Zinedine Zidane at the club he is expected to grow into an integral part of Antonio Conte’s squad over the coming years.
While Andrea Pirlo, Arturo Vidal and Claudio Marchisio arguably remain the first choice midfield trio after two successful years, Pogba has shown more than enough to suggest he can compete with them for a place in the starting line-up on a consistent basis.
Having won the Under-20 World Cup this summer and made his full international debut for the French senior side, Pogba’s future undoubtedly looks promising and he looks set to continue his ascent in European football with the Bianconeri.