Dybala Not Leaving Juve

Despite the clamor for his signature, Juventus’ Paulo Dybala will not leave Juventus.


The Argentina international has been targeted by Primera Division’s powerhouses, Real Madrid and Barcelona.


However, the young prodigy shared that he has not received any offers from the said clubs. He also explained that he sees no problem if he decides to renew his contract with the Old Lady and that his agent will be arriving in Turin soon.


On a closer look, Dybala’s decision is not only fueled by the contentment that he feels in Juventus. In an interview, he implied that his manager, Massimiliano Allegri is also a key factor for him to remain.


“I am only 23 years old, so I need to improve in so many areas, such as my physical strength and my right foot. I am enjoying the role of a trequartista, as (Coach Max) Allegri is giving me a lot of space and I can express myself well there,” he explained.


Meanwhile, Juve’s President, Giuseppe Marotta echoed what Dybala said—that they did not receive any offer from the said clubs. Marotta is confident that the striker will remain most especially now that a multi-year contract and salary increase are on the way.


However, Dybala, with his impressive performance does not run out of suitors.
Reports have it that Manchester rivals, United and City are also eyeing for his signature.


The Special One is allegedly looking for Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s successor and sees Dybala taking such role. United is also targeting Atletico Madrid’s Antoinne Griezmann and should the two accept the offer, Old Trafford will definitely explode with scoring machines.


It is said that the Red Devils is willing to spend big just to make the above-mentioned transfer materialize.


As for City, it is said that Pep Guardiola’s interest is fueled by the dream to have an “Argentine strike force” as Dybala teams up with compatriot, Sergio Aguero.


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