Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba, a reported summer transfer window target for Arsenal, has insisted his intention is to remain with Italian champions Juventus for next season and beyond.
Pogba joined Juventus from Manchester United last summer after a controversial spell at Old Trafford, with Sir Alex Ferguson accusing the 20-year-old France international of a lack of respect.
An impressive debut season in Serie A has led to suggestions that Pogba could return to the Premier League one year on, with the Daily Express claiming Arsenal are considering a €20 million bid for his services.
Arsene Wenger is reported to be keen to bolster his Arsenal midfield before the transfer deadline, with Pogba one of a number of players identified as a potential acquisition for the Emirates Stadium club.
Pogba, however, is not contemplating leaving Juventus for Arsenal - or any other club - and is content with life in Turin, where he hopes to build on his achievements from last term, during which the youngster claimed the league title.
"I will still be at Juventus next season. My future lies at this club," Pogba told reporters, as reported by Goal.com.
"It has been a good season for me. I am feeling very well in Turin and I'm happy at Juve."