Juventus director general Giuseppe Marotta has snubbed Arsenal by declaring that Paul Pogba is not for sale and no club should pursue him because they will not sell the player.
Arsenal and Real Madrid were apparently both interested in signing the former rebellious Manchester United man, but the Italian giants have no plans of selling him, as reported by Goal.com.
“Forget about Pogba,” Marotta told Tuttosport.
“We do not have the slightest intention of listening to any offer which may arrive for our midfielder.”
Paul Pogba left the Red Devils in the summer of 2012 and moved to Juventus on a free transfer. He did not see himself as a first team player at United, while he is a constant feature at Juventus where he made 37 appearances last season.
The French U-20 captain is entitled to stay with the Italian side till the summer of 2016.
Written by Rida Mehtab (@RidaaMehtaab on Twitter)