Juventus director general Giuseppe Marotta said the Serie A side cannot offer Paul Pogba a 'crazy salary' but are keen on holding onto the midfield star.
Pogba, who has been linked with a number of top clubs in Europe including Barcelona and Manchester City, joined the Old Lady from Manchester United back in 2012, and has won three successive Serie A titles since securing the move.
However, Moratta has admitted that Juve can't offer Pogba the sort of wages other sides like Real Madrid, Man City and Barcelona can offer the 22-year-old.
"Pogba's future? In modern football the decision of the player is paramount, like with (Carlos) Tevez," Marotta told Quotidiano Sportivo.
"It's obvious that we would like to keep him until he stops playing, but we can't afford to do anything crazy in terms of salaries and some clubs can guarantee twice what we can."
Reports has it that Juve turned down an 80million euro bid from Barcelona last month.