Juventus general manager Beppe Marotta has reiterated that their young French midfielder Paul Pogba is not for sale.
The former Manchester United youth player has been linked with a host of clubs during the January transfer window including Arsenal, Real Madrid and PSG, while former club Manchester United have also been reported to be keen to resign the midfielder.
Marotta however has quashed these claims and insists that Pogba will not be leaving Turin, with the player under contract till 2016.
"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.
The Juventus general manager was then asked about any possible departures away from the current Scudetto holders, but again was adamant that no one would be leaving.
"As for possible departures, there aren't any players who have asked us to leave.”
"We will see what will happen but anyway we are keeping our concentration on a sensational aim like our third consecutive title," Moratta concluded.