Juve coach Max Allegri confirms Juve intend to keep Paul Pogba at the club and believes Miralem Pjanic “improves the quality of our midfield.”

Allegri was quizzed on the arrival of Pjanic as well as the future of key players like Alvaro Morata and Paul Pogba.

“Pjanic’s arrival is that of a major player,” Allegri told Sky.

“He gives us a lot of solutions, especially on set pieces. He improves the quality of our midfield, something that isn’t easy for a great team like Juventus.

“Pjanic is one of the few players who can do it. Now it’s up to us to give him the best conditions to express himself.

“He can play in front of the defence, but also in the middle or at trequartista. I’m pleased the club made such an effort to get him.”

Turning his attention to Alvaro Morata and the uncertainty over his future, Allegri reassured supporters that Juve will try and keep the Spanish striker

“I definitely want to keep Alvaro and the club agrees with me,” Allegri told Mediaset.

“We’ll do everything to keep him, he must remain in Turin for further growth.

“Pogba? There’s a firm intention on the part of everyone not to sell him, I’m not afraid of losing him. The player is happy here, and Juve need him.

“I’m sorry that Domenico Berardi chose to remain with Sassuolo, but he’s a great player and one day he’ll play for Juventus.”