Italian Serie A giants Juventus have ruled out a possible move for wantaway Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba through their sporting director Fabio Paratici.
The Juventus sporting director spoke to CalcioMercato about the upcoming transfer window in January.
According to him, Juventus won’t be active in the January transfer window thus ruling out a move for Paul Pogba who was linked with a return to the Italian Serie A club in the summer.
Paul Pogba spent four years at Juventus between 2012 and 2016 following his free transfer move from Manchester United.
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The Frenchman joined Juventus as a teenager before leaving the club three years ago for a then world-record fee of £89m.
Pogba has previously expressed his desire to leave Manchester United but he remains on the payroll of the Red Devils.
He has less than two years left on his Manchester United contract and it remains to be seen whether the French World Cup winner will be at the club at the start of next season.
Manchester United still have the option of another year for Paul Pogba and that could take his contract until 2022.
Paul Pogba has played just six games for Manchester United in all competitions this season.