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Juventus duo Paul Pogba and Paulo Dybala going nowhere - Marotta

Paul Pogba and Paulo Dybala are two of Juventus' top performers this season.

Juventus are adamant that talented duo Paul Pogba and Paulo Dybala will not be leaving the club despite strong interests from some of Europe's leading lights.

Since joining Palermo at the start of this season, Dybala's stocks have risen to the point that the forward is now considered one of Serie A's top players with 13 goals in 24 appearances for the Turin giants.

His teammate Pogba, has also reportedly garnered interest from Manchester City, Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain, while both players have been heavily linked to La Liga champions Barcelona.

With so many transfer rumours swirling, Juventus general manager Giuseppe Marotta has spoken to diffuse any hope that the club will allow their star players to leave in the summer.

"Juventus are in a position where we can reject all approaches for Paulo -- and we have already done that," He told the Italian media.

"He will become even better when he gains more experience, but he is already a top player right now. Selling him is not even an option for Juventus.

"And the same goes for Pogba. He is an important player for us.

"We want to keep winning in Italy and also make an impact in Europe."

Marotta also chipped in on the status of manager Massimiliano Allegri, who is said to be a top target to fill the managerial role at English Premier League giants Chelsea.

"There are many reasons why we want Allegri to remain in charge for many more years," he added.

"He is a great leader and Juventus are a great club. It is never easy to find someone important and his cycle at Juventus is not over yet.

"His winning cycle can still continue and I think that is what he wants as well."

Juventus will shift their focus from domestic action after Sunday's away game to Bologna, to the Champions League where they take entertain Bayern Munich on Feb. 24 in the first leg of their Round of 16 tie.

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