Juventus reportedly have no intention of letting Paul Pogba go this summer. Tuttosport says the club’s board have no meetings scheduled with the player’s agent Mino Raiola and don’t even want to hear offers for the player.

That’s the same info Turin newspaper Tuttosport have been publishing for months. They believe that Pogba wants to stay and won’t push for a move. The difference is that now they can’t say any amount that Juventus would consider selling the player for.

The newspaper mentions the interest from Real Madrid, and a bid from them of €120m wouldn’t be enough for the signing. In Manchester United’s case, they say Mourinho wants Pogba but ask if the club haven’t already agreed with André Gomes, since Juventus tried to but couldn’t complete the signing of the Portuguese midfielder.

In case Pogba really stays, the Old Lady are planning to offer him a five-year contract paying €4.5m per season, with bonuses which could make it reach the €6m mark, which is likely to be after tax. Tuttosport say Pogba would accept to stay and shouldn’t move to a place where the tens of millions won’t give him happiness.