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Juventus are unlikely to see any major departures in the summer

Juventus are unlikely to see any major departures in the summer, according to manager Massimiliano Allegri.

The Italian recently agreed a contract extension with the Italian Serie A winners. After having won the league title for a fifth consecutive time, Juventus will start to think about doing well in European competitions. Allegri has extended his contract by two more years. There have been suggestions that players like Paul Pogba will look for a move in the summer. At 23 years of age, the Frenchman is regarded as one of the finest midfielders of this generation.

He has constantly been linked with Real Madrid, Barcelona, and Manchester City. There are few clubs that can afford the huge transfer fee reportedly placed on Pogba by Juventus. The French midfielder could go for round £80 million or even break the world record if he continues on this rich vein of form. Pogba recently expressed his desire to emulate the achievements of Frank Lampard. He has finished the campaign with 14 assists and 10 goals from 47 appearances. This is an impressive return for someone who plays as a central midfielder along with some defensive duties.

Under the regime of Allegri, Juventus reached the final of the Champions League 12 months ago. Going one step further and winning the title itself will be the objective now."Juventus are at this moment on the same level as Bayern Munich, Barcelona, Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid, so I don't see why any player would want to leave Juventus.We can improve further next season not just in terms of quality, but also in mentality. Don't forget we had players come in last summer from the likes of Palermo, Sassuolo and Marseille, so they took a while to understand the mentality of Juventus,” said the Juventus manager.