Man Utd transfers: Paul Pogba plays down exit talk

Man Utd transfers: Paul Pogba plays down reports linking him with a move away from Juventus this summer

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff
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Paul Pogba has played down speculation that he could be set to quit Juventus this summer.

The France international has become one of the most-coveted midfielders in Europe after impressing for the defending Serie A champions since joining from Manchester United in 2012.

All I ever said was that Real are a big club, like United and Juve

Paul Pogba

Pogba has been linked with a move away from Italy in recent weeks, with Chelsea, Manchester United and Real Madrid all touted as possible destinations for the 21-year-old.

However, the midfielder, who has scored seven goals and made seven assists in 34 Serie A games this term, insists that he is planning on staying in Turin.

“I’m here, aren’t I? Where else should I go? I’ve got a contract with Juventus so what are we talking about?” Pogba said when asked about his future by La Stampa.

“I’ve never spoken about a transfer. I want to win a fourth scudetto with Juve.

“All I ever said was that Real are a big club, like United and Juve. I never said I want to play there.”


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