Midfielder Paul Pogba said his decision to leave Manchester United for Juventus is justified by the Serie A champions’ place in the UEFA Champions League final.
The 22-year-old France international is rated among the world’s best midfielders, with interest in his services increasing after another fine season.
Pogba left Manchester United in 2012 after struggling for first-team opportunities.
“Yes, for sure, I am happy with how my time has gone in Turin,” Pogba was quoted as saying by The Telegraph.
“I don’t regret it at all. I am very happy here and I enjoy it.
“I am in a Champions League final with Juventus, not Manchester, so things have worked out very well for me.”
Barcelona, Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City are among the clubs believed to be interested in buying Pogba – who is contracted until mid-2019.
Despite the speculation, Pogba insisted his focus was on Saturday’s decider against Barcelona in Berlin.
“Let people think what they want to think,” he said.
“This is a final, it is a huge final for me, and I am just focused on that.”