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Juventus director speaks out on Paul Pogba to Chelsea or Manchester United rumours


Top European clubs are yet to make a move to sign Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba, director Giuseppe Marotta has confirmed.

Agent Mino Raiola revealed this week that "initial phase of negotiations" have started between the player and Real Madrid.

But Marotta says no official offer has been made to sign the 23-year-old.

"We didn't receive any offer [for Paul Pogba]," Marotta told reporters.

"He is a key member of our squad and a very important player for the present and future of Juventus.

"He is still growing [as a footballer] and I think it would be wise for him to stay with us."

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