Paul Pogba only thinking about Juventus

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Paul Pogba has insisted that he is unaware of potential interest from PSG and is only concentrating on his football.

The French international has been the subject of strong interest with both Arsenal and Chelsea keen to bring him to the Premier League.

Both Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger were linked with moves for the 20-year-old in the summer but neither managers upped their interest in the former Manchester United youth player.

West London outfit Chelsea were linked with a £25m move for Pogba as recently as yesterday.

Juventus president Gianni Agnelli recently alerted Chelsea and the Gunners by saying the Italian champions were not financial strong enough to keep hold of Pogba should a big offer arrive.

PSG are the latest club to be accredited with an interest as the Qatari owned Ligue 1 champions look to reach in to their deep pockets to sign another European star.

However, Pogba says he knows nothing of the reported interest from the Parisian club and insists he is more than happy to be playing his football in Turin.

"I am not angry that Juventus are talking about a possible transfer," Pogba told Sky Sport.

"I do not know anything about PSG's interest. I am only thinking about Juventus. I am happy here.

"We have not discussed a contract renewal yet, so there's no news on that front. I am only thinking about football and my agent Mino Raiola takes care of the rest."

Pogba's current contract expires in 2016.

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