The Italian goalkeeper admits not knowing where Paul Pogba will be playing his football next season.
In recent weeks plenty of speculation has begun over the future of former Manchester United youth product Paul Pogba. The French international is currently considered as one of the best midfielders in the game and Juventus have the pleasure of calling him theirs.
But Premier League teams are circling.
Pogba, valued now at £70 million, is being lined up by his former club United for starters. Louis van Gaal is a massive fan of the dynamic maestro and would love him at the club.
Arsenal have long been linked with a move, ever since Pogba admitted supporting the club as a boy. Chelsea are also a regular in his rumour pages while Liverpool are a fresh name on the scene, ever since Steven Gerrard announced he was leaving at the end of the season.
Now a massive figure at Juventus has briefly spoken about the Pogba rumours, club captain and Italian legend Gianluigi Buffon.
The veteran keeper, speaking after Juventus drew 1-1 with Inter Milan last night, said to the press:
"I have no idea [on Pogba's future], decisions are never unilateral. It will depend also from the desire of the player to continue his journey in Turin. But he also has great qualities, [rumours] do not surprise us any more."
Pogba has been reportedly keen on a Premier League switch for some time now, with the mundanity of Serie A supremacy eating away at his comfortable situation in Turin.
So do not expect the United, Chelsea, Arsenal or Liverpool rumours to go anywhere fast.