Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici has said that the club are not looking into a potential move to re-sign Paul Pogba.
Pogba’s future has been a regular topic of discussion at Manchester United amid his inconsistent performances on the field.
His current deal is due to expire at the end of next season and so far, there has been no indication that he will extend his stay.
As a result, it has been reported that he could leave the Red Devils at the end of the season and the Bianconeri have been mentioned as potential suitors.
Pogba built his reputation with the Serie A champions between 2012 and 2016 before he made the return to Old Trafford for £89m.
It has been previously claimed that the Bianconeri were keen on signing him this summer, but their plans changed after the financial impact of COVID-19.
They have been fancied to make an approach in the near future, but Paratici, for now, has ruled out any move for the 2018 World Cup winner.
“When it comes to Pogba, right now he is a Manchester United player and it’s far too early to think about future transfer targets,” He told.
“We all care for Pogba here. He’s a great player, for sure, but it’s too early to talk about future objectives.”
Pogba has struggled for form of late and he was only a substitute in the surprise 2-1 Champions League defeat at Istanbul Basaksehir.