Juventus won't sell in-demand Pjaca, agent claims

Croatia international Marko Pjaca looks set to remain at Juventus as he closes in on a return to action.

Juventus will not consider accepting the offers they have received for versatile winger Marko Pjaca, according to his agent Marko Naletilic.

Pjaca, who is yet to make a senior competitive appearance this term, is nearing full fitness after suffering an anterior cruciate knee ligament injury in March.

The 22-year-old signed from Dinamo Zagreb at the beginning of last season and Naletilic claims enquiries have been made from across Europe.

However, the Bianconeri are apparently not prepared to discuss a move for the attacker.

"They have called me from England, Germany, Italy and France," Naletilic told Tuttosport.

"Juventus will not even listen to offers though. [Massimiliano] Allegri has always had important words for Pjaca and that will be another motivation.

"Marko tells me he is feeling good and he is ready to make his return for a few minutes, starting from the bench."

Pjaca earned three Serie A starts for Juve in 2016-17, scoring his first goal for the club in a Champions League win over Porto in February.