Paul Pogba not interested in Premier League move

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Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba has confirmed that he has no interest in a move to England, with Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool all interested in the Frenchman.

The holding-midfielder has quickly become one of Europe's top midfielders and has attracted interest from the three Premier League giants, as well as Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid, but today he has confirmed that no move is currently on his mind, according to the Express.

Pogba's history

The 21-year-old midfielder has turned his career around since leaving Manchester United on a free transfer a few years ago after he fell out with Sir Alex Ferguson. Since then, he has gone on to become one of Europe's top players.

Pogba took the decision to leave Old Trafford as he felt disrespected by Ferguson, who chose to pick other players over him during cup matches, in particular, when he played a right-back in centre-midfielder instead of the Frenchman.

After that, Pogba decided it was time to leave England, and he headed to Italy to play for Antonio Conte's Juventus, where he went on to win numerous Serie A titles and quickly become one of their key players alongside Arturo Vidal and Andrea Pirlo.

However, earlier this summer, Conte left his role as manager in Turin and that sparked rumours that both Vidal and Pogba would be seeking an exit from the club, but it's been confirmed today by both players, that they are happy to stay at Juve.

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Pogba and Vidal staying

Vidal took to Instagram to declare his happiness in Italy after he posted a picture of him and his team-mates, and captioned it with 'I am happy here', and Pogba has admitted that despite the managerial change, he is still happy at the club.

He said: "I am very happy to play for Juve, I am just focused on work at this moment. The future does not concern me, I live in the present.

"I am not thinking of the contract and do not have meetings scheduled with Agnelli or Marotta.

"My goal is to continue to do well in the field."

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