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Paul Pogba dismisses talk of Juve exit

Paul Pogba has rejected rumours he will leave Juventus in the summer, insisting he still has unfinished business with the Bianconeri.

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The 21-year-old, who joined Juve on a free transfer from Manchester United in 2012, has emerged as a potential transfer target of Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid this summer, but he insists all the speculation is unfounded.

"I'm here, aren't I? Where else should I go? I've got a contract with Juventus so what are we talking about?" Pogba said when asked about his future by Turin-based newspaper La Stampa. "I've never spoken about a transfer. I want to win a fourth scudetto with Juve.

"All I ever said was that Real are a big club, like United and Juve. I never said I want to play there."

Pogba has been almost ever-present for Juve this season, scoring seven goals to help them win a third straight Serie A title. His value continues to rise, but even his agent, Mino Raiola, doubts Juve are going to cash in on him this summer.

"I've already met with [Juve's general manager Beppe] Marotta and we're going to meet again soon to discuss a contract renewal," Raiola told calciomercato.com. "There's no rush. He's happy at Juve and he'd like to remain in Turin for a long time. Of course it would be easy to find a taker for him on the transfer market, but that's not our intention.

"It's not about PSG or any other club. Like I said, we're going to sit down again soon to extend his current contract. I have no idea why people in Italy continue linking Pogba with clubs other than Juventus."

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