Manchester United and Manchester City target Paul Pogba is ready to reject a big-money move to the Premier League this summer to stay at Juventus, according to the Sun.
The former Red Devils midfielder is understood to be a top transfer for United in the close season, while incoming City boss Pep Guardiola is also a huge fan of the France international, but both clubs look set to be disappointed in their advances for the 23-year-old.
The Frenchman has enjoyed another successful campaign with the Italian giants, who won their fifth successive Serie A title, and he is now keen to become the main man in Turin, claiming that his current team is the best to be at if he is to continue his development.
At an open Juventus training session, he said: “I have to grow up in trying some play at the right time, this is where I improve.”
Pogba has made 176 appearances in all competitions since making the move from United to Juventus in 2012, scoring 34 goals.