Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba has insisted he is not interested in rumors about his future and has stressed he is fully committed to the club.
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The France international has been linked with a number of European giants following his exemplary performances for club and country, with Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea among those reportedly considering offers.
Juve director Pavel Nedved admitted earlier this summer that the Italian champion would be forced to consider any "high bids" for Pogba or Arturo Vidal, and the departure of head coach Antonio Conte has served to increase the chatter about the duo's future.
Pogba, however, has made it clear he is not considering a possible move in the coming weeks.
"I'm not interested in the future. I live in the present. I'm working well on the pitch, I'm not thinking about my contract and I've not scheduled meetings with [Massimiliano] Allegri and [president Andrea] Agnelli," the Frenchman told reporters.
New head coach Allegri revealed he plans a more attacking role for Pogba in 2014-15, and the 21-year-old said he is relishing the prospect of working under the former AC Milan boss.
"Allegri and Conte are both great coaches. I've had a good feeling from the start," he said. "Conte is now gone and now we have Allegri. We met briefly, we talked a little over the weekend and we're ready to work together in complete harmony."