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Pogba: I want to stay at Juventus

Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba has given a strong indication that he will remain with the Italian champions next season.

I hear reports placing Pogba here and Pogba there. I haven't spoken to Juve regarding what I hear and there's nothing.

Recently the press spoke about me getting a telephone call from (Real Madrid assistant coach) Zidane to join Real.

I have not received a recent call nor have we exchanged numbers.

My aim? To win another scudetto, why not?

– Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba speaking to L'Equipe

Juve aim to keep Conte

Juventus are determined to keep coach Antonio Conte in Turin for the long term, according to club administrator Giuseppe Marotta.

Conte, whose current deal expires in June 2015, has yet to confirm if he will continue to guide the Italian champions next season.

Our priority is to keep Conte.

He is an asset to the club. He has proved to be one of the best and it is our duty to keep him close to us.

We acknowledge what Conte has achieved.

He is a coach that is prepared, he has made a huge impact in making sure the club achieved their objectives.

– Marotta said to Gazzetta dello Sport.


Conte unsure over future

Juventus coach Antonio Conte is unsure how long he will remain at the Turin club but will reveal his future plans in the coming days.

There will be clarity regarding my position at Juventus over the next few days.

I generally don't agree with taking a sabbatical, but if there wasn't a unity of ideas, then I would leave with great affection and respect.

I would then evaluate other offers that intrigue me.

These things go in cycles and I've already told the club what I think. We will soon clarify the situation.

I give everything each year to every club I have worked for, as this is who I am.

But it is extremely difficult to do better than what we have achieved in three years, for us and for the teams who follow us.

– Juventus manager Antonio Conte speaking to Sky Italia

Barca target Man City skipper

Vincent Kompany could win his second Premier League title this weekend. Credit: PA

Barcelona are eyeing up summer deals for Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany and Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba, according to Spanish sports daily Mundo Deportivo.

The Catalan club are also expected to replace head coach Tato Martino with former azulgrana midfielder Luis Enrique at the end of the season.

Rumours: Man City want Sagna

Paul Pogba has attracted some interest in recent months. Credit: PA
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