Juventus director Beppe Marotta says there are ‘no grounds’ for the sale of Paul Pogba while insisting Carlos Tevez will see out his contract.

Despite much speculation surrounding Pogba’s possible departure to any one of several ‘big’ clubs, Marotta has insisted Juventus have no need to sell the talented Frenchman.

“Right now all of the club wants to enjoy the Scudetto and we’re not thinking about the future,” he told Radio Rai.

“Juventus is made of directors, footballers and Coaches and our victories come from teamwork, though our champions play their part in reaching our objectives.

“Pogba is a superb champion, the best young player around and he has the attention of the top clubs. But we’re not used to selling.

“Right now there are no grounds to put Pogba on sale. We have an economic balance and our power is not comparable to that of other clubs, but Pogba has shown no intention of departing.”

Turning his attention to Carlos Tevez, Marotta moved to quash rumours the Argentine would leave in the summer.

“He has a contract until 2016 and he’s nostalgic of his home country. But the Argentine did extremely well with us, and offered a great contribution by means of his great performances.

“He had no problems integrating himself into the team, he’s a leader. At this moment we have no reason to close his contract in advance.”