Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba has revealed his intentions are to stay in Italy rather than make a shock move back to Manchester United.
The Frenchman has been strongly linked with a move back to England, and despite reported interest from Chelsea, it is his former-club, United, that are keen on bringing him back into the fold concerning English football.
Old Trafford Fall-Out
Pogba left United back in 2012 after a big fall-out with Sir Alex Ferguson, and he recently admitted that he decided to leave after feeling disrespected by the manager after he refused to pick him in a cup game.
The 21-year-old was left out of the squad despite Rafael being used in a centre-midfield position, and Pogba admitted that it was after that day he knew he had to leave United.
In the end, the powerhouse left England on a free once his contract expired, and it was Juve that picked him up, and since then, they've turned him into one of Europe's best midfield players.
As well as United's interest, La Liga giants, Real Madrid, have also paid much attention to the Frenchman, but in a recent interview, Pogba put all rumours to bed by revealing his desire to stay put in Italy.
Pogba also said he felt proud to put on a Juve shirt and that won't be changing anytime soon.
"Transfer rumours to Real Madrid? It's a great club, but I feel very well at Juventus," Pogba told Maxifoot, as relayed by talkSPORT.
"I hope to stay here for long. Manchester United? I will ask why they let me go.
"I feel very well at Juventus. I hope to stay here for long."
"I came here and I am very happy to wear the Bianconeri jersey. Everything is fine."
Earlier this month Pogba signed a new deal at Juve, seeing him commit until at least 2019.