Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba doesn’t know if a deal has been struck for Barcelona to sign him in January but is happy to see out the season in Turin.
Juve chief executive Giuseppe Marotta revealed last week that Pogba was the subject of offers from “some very important clubs” in the summer, suggesting the Italy midfielder could eventually be worth more than €100million.
It had been speculated in Spain that Barcelona had already reached an agreement with Juve to sign Pogba once their transfer embargo is lifted next year, but the 22-year-old is unaware if that is the case.
He told Telefoot: “Has a Barca deal been struck in January? I don’t know, for now I’m at Juventus and I’m focused only on them because we haven’t started well. As for the rest, we’ll see.
“It was not the right time for me to go (in the summer), and I could very well remain at Juventus.
‘Right now, I’m still happy to be there. We will finish the season and then we’ll see again.”