Cape Town - Juventus Sporting Director Giuseppe Marotta says Juventus are unwilling to sell France midfielder Paul Pogba despite clubs will to offer in the region of £55 million for his services.
Pogba was named as the best young player at the 2014 Soccer World Cup and has continued to attract the interest of the world's leading clubs including Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United and Real Madrid.
The Turin club are prepared to snub any offers in order to keep the midfielder at the club.
"There are many suitors of Pogba," Marotta has said, according to the Express.
"But we do not want to open negotiations and we want him to stay with us.
"There are clubs prepared to pay between €70m and €80m to sign him."
The 21-year-old midfielder left Manchester United for Juventus on a free transfer in 2012 after failing to agree to sign a new contract at Old Trafford under Sir Alex Ferguson.
Pogba has already earned 22 national team caps for France as well as over 100 for Juventus.