Fabio Paratici has talked about the transfer rumours linking Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba with a return to Juventus.
Paratici occupies the sporting role at the Italian Serie A champions.
On a potential interest in Pogba, the Juventus chief revealed that the French midfielder remains a Manchester United player and that he doesn’t like to speak about players of other clubs.
Paul Pogba signed for Juventus in 2012 on a free transfer from Manchester United before sealing a club-record move back to Old Trafford after a fruitful four-year spell with the two-time European champions.
Juventus received a whooping sum of £89m from the Red Devils for his services.
The France World Cup winner has now been linked with a return to Italy following his struggles on and off the pitch.
Pogba has failed to live up to his huge potentials at Manchester United since the start of the new Premier League season.
He played a prominent role as he helped France win this summer’s FIFA World Cup tournament in Russia and many Manchester United fans expected him to replicate the form in a Red Devils shirt but that has failed to materialise.
Off the field, Pogba has been involved in a major bust-up with his manager Jose Mourinho.