Juventus general manager Beppe Marotta has reaffirmed the club's stance that midfielder Paul Pogba is not for sale.
The 20-year-old has continually been linked with a host of European clubs including Arsenal, Real Madrid and PSG, while former club Manchester United have also been reported to be keen on a return.
Pogba is under contract at Juventus until 2016 and Marotta insists that the Italian champions do not plan on selling the France international.
"We read about PSG's interest for Pogba but we have never got official offers and, anyway, we would answer with courtesy that it is not our intention to sell the player," he told Gazzetta dello Sport.
Speaking of exits from the Turin club, Marotta added: "As for possible departures, there aren't any players who have asked us to leave.
"We will see what will happen but anyway we are keeping our concentration on a sensational aim like our third consecutive title."