Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici has played down transfer rumours linking Paul Pogba with a return back to the club when the transfer window reopens in few weeks time.
French international midfielder Paul Pogba has hugged the headlines for the better part of the last few months due to his frosty relationship with club manager Jose Mourinho as well as his poor performances in the colours of the Red Devils.
His Manchester United struggles have prompted transfer talks to several European clubs.
European heavyweights such as Paris Saint Germain (PSG), Barcelona and Juventus have been touted as potential transfer destinations for the 2018 FIFA World Cup winner.
The 25-year-old was part of the France team that won a second World Cup title during the 2018 edition in Russia.
Many football stakeholders expected him to transform his World Cup form into the new campaign but Pogba has failed to do that.
Fabio Paratici talked about Paul Pogba and a possible return to Juventus in an interview with Italian media outlet calciomercato.
Paratici said that Pogba is a Manchester United player and that Juventus are satisfied with the players at the club.
Pogba spent four hugely successful years at Juventus before he signed for Manchester United in a world record fee in 2016.