Juventus team manager Pavel Nedved has warned Paul Pogba against having his head turned by the financial riches on offer at other clubs and instead focus on his growth as a player.
The midfielder was linked with a move to Paris Saint-Germain in January and reports continue to suggest the Ligue 1 champions are keen on securing his signature this summer.
However, Nedved believes that Pogba would develop better as a player if he remained with the Bianconeri for the foreseeable future.
He told the press: "I think it would be better for his career to remain with Juventus. We want to keep him for as long as possible.
"I spoke with the player and not his agent, [Mino] Raiola. I told him to think about his growth as a player and not money."
Nedved then revealed the club will sit down with coach Antonio Conte and thrash out the details of a new contract after lifting their third straight Serie A title on Monday.
"In the coming days there will be a meeting to discuss a renewal of his contract," the Czech declared. "We want him to stay and we are working harder to improve this team even further."