Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba will not be sold this month no matter who comes calling, as reported by Sky Sports.
Manchester United have been linked with a move for their former youngster as boss David Moyes becomes desperate to toughen up his lacklustre midfield.
French giants Paris St Germain are also interested in taking the talented midfielder back to his home nation, although the likes of Real Madrid and Arsenal will also come calling if the player became available.
The 20 year old playmaker has two years remaining on his current contract in Turin and the Serie A leaders are in no rush to let one of their top talents go.
General manager Beppe Marotta has confirmed that they will bat away any approaches made for Pogba this month after hearing of the interest in his man.
“We read about PSG’s interest for Pogba but we have never got official offers and, anyway, we would answer with courtesy that it is not our intention to sell the player,” he told Gazzetta dello Sport.