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Pogba stays as Juventus set price for Man Utd target Vidal

Juventus are listening to offers for Arturo Vidal ahead of the January market. Vidal's antics last week, when he was fined €100,000 for being late to training on Friday after spending the previous night out on the town, has made up the board's mind.

If an offer of €45 million arrives, Juve will sell the Chile international, says Tuttosport.

Manchester United remain keen on Vidal, though manager Louis van Gaal favours signing AS Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman ahead of the former Bayer Leverkusen ace.

Meanwhile, Juve GM Beppe Marotta has rejected a fresh enquiry from PSG for Paul Pogba.

Marotta is in contact with Pogba's agent Mino Raiola and ready to offer new terms to the Frenchman through to 2019.

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