Italian football needs Pogba, according to Trezeguet.


Once again a Juventus legend says he would like the most sought-after midfielder Pogba to remain in Turin.


This time around it's David Trezeguet, the former Juventus striker, who is hoping the Serie A champions keep hold of midfield ace Paul Pogba.

There is no doubt the France international will be in Didier Deschamps' starting XI for the Euro 2016 opener v Romania tonight following his impressive displays since his move to Juve back in 2012.

However, Trezeguet would like Pogba to ignore top sides - including Real Madrid and PSG - looking to sign him this summer and remain with the Old Lady.

When asked about Pogba, Trezeguet told AS: “I hope that he stays at Juventus, the club believes in him. Italian football also needs him, it’s important to count on players like these so that the championship becomes more attractive for other champions.”

Trezeguet scored 34 goals in his 71 appearances for France.

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