Marotta: ‘Pogba and Dybala stay’

Beppe Marotta assured “Paul Pogba and Paulo Dybala are not for sale, while we’d like to keep Juan Cuadrado” from Chelsea.

The director spoke to Mediaset Premium ahead of tonight’s Serie A clash with bitter rivals Fiorentina.

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“Pogba and Dybala are the core of the team, so we will not sell them. We only sell players who want to leave.

Beppe Marotta assured “Paul Pogba and Paulo Dybala are not for sale, while we’d like to keep Juan Cuadrado” from Chelsea.

The director spoke to Mediaset Premium ahead of tonight’s Serie A clash with bitter rivals Fiorentina.

Follow the build-up and action as it happens on our LIVEBLOG.

“Pogba and Dybala are the core of the team, so we will not sell them. We only sell players who want to leave.

“The first objective this summer is to consolidate this group by keeping the best players, only then will we look at the market.”

Today La Gazzetta dello Sport claimed Juve had ‘booked’ Valencia midfielder Andre Gomes for next season at a cost of €25m.

“Andre Gomes? He is of interest because he is an excellent player, but many top European clubs want him too. He’d suit Juve well, but I don’t know if we’ll be able to sign him.”

Cuadrado is on loan from Chelsea, but there are reports Antonio Conte wants the Colombian winger back at Stamford Bridge next season.

“We’d like to keep Cuadrado, but we have to discuss it with Chelsea first,” noted Marotta.

“It’s only natural Conte will try to keep the best players. Cuadrado has been very important for us, so we’ll evaluate what can be done.”

Juve are consistently linked with Paris Saint-Germain talents Edinson Cavani and Javier Pastore.

“Cavani depends on whether PSG want to sell him. I am always talking about quality, as this has been our growth process, adding more and more quality each year.

“We’ll see, so much on the market is down to whether other clubs want to sell their best players. Juventus very rarely have sold their best, we only release those who ask to leave.”

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