Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has reiterated his intention to stay with Juventus, amid speculation the young France international is a summer transfer window target for Arsenal.
Pogba enjoyed an impressive first season in Turin having left Manchester United last year after a controversial final few months at Old Trafford, during which Sir Alex Ferguson slammed the 20-year-old for lacking respect.
The Frenchman's performances have led to links with Arsenal, and the Daily Express has claimed Arsene Wenger is ready to launch a €20 million bid to bring Pogba to the Emirates Stadium before the transfer deadline.
Arsenal, however, are likely to find it difficult to prise Pogba away from Italy, with Juventus surely keen to retain the services of the player, who scored five goals in 27 appearances during his maiden campaign with the club.
Pogba, meanwhile, also harbours no burning desire to leave Juve, and wants to build on the foundations laid during 2012-13, during which he won the league title with the Italian giants.
"I'm good at Juventus, so now I'm focusing on the Under-20s World Cup," he told Le Parisien.
"There's nothing new about my future. I will certainly stay with Juventus."