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Paul Pogba's agent Mino Raiola has insisted that his 20-year-old star wants to stay at Italian giants Juventus, reports Goal.com.

The former Manchester United starlet has been linked with a return to the Premier League to Arsenal and Chelsea.

And, Juventus president Andrea Agnelli further increased speculation regarding Pogba's future as he admitted that the French star could depart the club for a large transfer offer.

However it now looks likely that the youngster will remain in Italy, as Raiola told Tuttosport:“He [Pogba] is fine where he is. We want to renew with Juventus and we have our clear strategy.
"Paul is very quiet and peaceful here, Juve would have no reason to worry.

“Agnelli has discovered the problem because no one, not only in Italy, but in the world, can refuse an obscene offer. But the fans no longer have to wonder.”

However, the star's agent has admitted that the club have yet to offer the midfielder a new deal, with his current contract set to run out in June 2016.

Raiola continued by saying: "Are there already any offers on the table? No, that isn't true, no offers have arrived."

Pogba is excelling in Italy after he left Manchester United on a free last summer. He struggled for first-team opportunities at Old Trafford but is now showing his true worth at Serie A champions Juventus.

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