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Marchisio happy at Juventus

Juventus midfielder Claudio Marchisio insists he has never even considered a move away from the club, and wants to end his career with the Old Lady.

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Claudio Marchisio: Hopes to stay at Juventus for the rest of his career

Claudio Marchisio: Hopes to stay at Juventus for the rest of his career

Having been linked with a move to a host of top European clubs, including Premier League champions Manchester United, the 27-year-old is adamant his future lies with the Serie A title holders.

"My dream is to still end my career with Juventus," he told Gazzetto dello Sport.

"Even if I know that in football, you never know."

With David Moyes seemingly desperate to add to his central midfield options, the Italian playmaker was earmarked as a top target to fill the role.

But despite Marchisio's reluctance to leave, he revealed that talk of a summer switch to other top clubs is flattering.

"Every summer the possibility that I might go away is always talked about," he added.

"I'm certainly glad that big European clubs are linked to my name."

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