Pogba rubbishes Juventus exit rumours

The 20-year-old midfielder is adamant that his focus for the summer is the Under-20s World Cup with France rather than a move away from the reigning Serie A champions
Paul Pogba has moved to distance himself from speculation regarding his future by stating that he will "certainly stay with Juventus".

The 20-year-old midfielder enjoyed an impressive first season in Turin and, despite reports linking him with the likes of Arsenal, the Frenchman is eager to further his career in Serie A.

"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."

Pogba moved to Italy from Manchester United last summer on a free transfer and scored five goals in 27 appearances.