Juventus general manager Giuseppe Moratta has said Paul Pogba's value is 'immense' in an attempt to ward off potential buyers in the summer, according to ITV.
The 20-year-old French midfielder has been exceptional since joining the Italian giants from Manchester United and is expected to be one of the main transfer targets in Europe this summer.
"Paul is a players who has an immense value," Marotta said to Sky Italia.
"We are very proud to have him with us."
The news comes after reports by an Italian newspaper suggesting French team Paris Saint Germain are willing to pay around €70million for the Juventus superstar, but Marotta claims no one has made an official inquiry.
"We haven't spoken to anyone about him."
Pogba only has two years left on his current contract and Juventus will try to keep the prodigy at the club for the foreseeable future.
"Pogba has established himself here and this is his natural habitat. He can stay here for many years to come."
The Frenchman has scored six league goals in 26 appearances this season as well as providing five assists.
Juventus are currently on their way to their third straight Serie A title as they lead second placed Roma by 14 points.
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