Pogba has revealed he is keen to extend his contract with Juventus and has a new deal set to be completed in time for the start of the season.
The France international was in charge of the Juve side until the end of last season and is in line for a huge pay increase on top of the one that was already due in 2018.
Juventus boss Maurizio Sarri has said he wants to bring the 24-year-old back to Turin.
The Bianconeri are understood to be keen to keep Pogba in the capital and have already agreed a new five-year deal that will see him earn around €300,000-a-week.
But while Sarri is set to make a huge profit from the deal, the former Manchester United player says he will not be leaving Juve.
“I am very happy here at Juve,” Pogba said.
“We have a great team and have a lot of great players.
I am very grateful to everyone who has helped me here.”
My aim is to continue to grow and develop in my career and I will never give up my goals.
“Juve have struggled to find a new manager in recent years and have been struggling to find consistent results in recent seasons.
Sarri has admitted that there have been times when the club has struggled to match the standards of their rivals, but said he would be willing to sacrifice some of his prized assets to help keep the team in Serie A.”
“This season is different, it is a different level of competition and we need to adapt to this level. “
“It’s up to everyone to adapt their football to this challenge and improve their performance.””
It is important for us to improve our team because we need the fans to support us. “
It’s up to everyone to adapt their football to this challenge and improve their performance.”
It is important for us to improve our team because we need the fans to support us.
If we have problems this season, we need time to analyse the situation.””
If you have a good team, you can compete with any team in the world.”
If we have problems this season, we need time to analyse the situation.
“Everyone has his or her own opinion about the team.
We must analyse and adapt our football.”