The Italian Serie A champions are determined to hold on to Paul Pogba despite interest from three Premiership clubs.
Following claims that Pogba is not happy in Turin clubs across Europe have been put on alert including Manchester City whose manager of elite development Patrick Vieira admitted that he had made the mistake of not signing him after his contract with United ran out and he headed off to Italy.
Along with City the British tabloid the Daily Mail is saying that both Arsenal and his former club Manchester United will try to sign him in January, or next summer.
They could all however have to wait longer than that with the 20-year-olds advisors being in contact with Juventus to assure them that they can count on his services for at least one more season.
Pogba currently earns 1.2 million euro’s a year net nothing close to the salaries that some of the top Premiership players earn, and the feeling in France is that the French international may be tempted to leave Italy for bigger money elsewhere.