There is no chance that Juventus stars Paul Pogba and Paulo Dybala will be sold in the summer transfer window, the club's general manager Guiseppi Marotta told Italian radio station Gr Parlamento, via Football Italia.
Former Manchester United midfielder Pogba has been one of the stars of the Italian giants' side since moving from Old Trafford to Serie A in 2012, and was named to the FIFA FIFPRO World XI for 2015 last month.
Meanwhile, Dybala has developed into one of Europe's most lethal strikers after signing for Juve from Palermo in the summer, with the 22-year-old having scored 13 goals in 24 Serie A games this season.
Both players have been linked with moves to other European giants, but Marotta is adamant that the club will not be allowing the star pair to move on.
He told Gr Parlamento, via Football Italia: "Dybala was a conscious decision, but risky. We knew we had chosen a very important talent, able to represent the future of the club.
"The lad has taken that step in the best way. He can still give more, he’s one of the best players out there. It’s never entered Juve’s head to sell him.
"Paul Pogba? He’s a great player, he can still give a lot to the Juventus cause. When you’re young, performances can be up and down, but the fact he’s made mistakes means he has the courage to act. He’s an important asset for our club, and we’ll hold on tight to him."
Juventus, who have won their last 15 Serie A matches in a row and are currently a point clear of nearest rivals Napoli at the top of the table, will shift their focus to next week's first leg of their Champions League last 16 tie with German champions Bayern Munich after the face Bologna this weekend.