Paulo Dybala is one player who is constantly touted with a move away from Juventus, due to being recognized as one of the top attacking players in the world.
Paulo Dybala is one player who is constantly touted with a move away from Juventus, due to being recognised as one of the top attacking players in the world.
However, clubs such as Manchester United and Barcelona may have to wait a little longer to sign the Argentinian, after Juventus chief Giuseppe Marotta said the forward will be going nowhere any time soon, with a fresh contract on the horizon:
"He is priceless, because we are not a selling club," claimed Marotta to La Stampa.
"I always repeat that a player has his future in his hands and Paulo just said he wants to tie himself to our club for life.That means we will make another big financial sacrifice to keep him.
"We will soon lock him down to a new contract - it's what he asked us for."
Dybala has been scintillating form for Juventus since joining from Palermo in 2015, which has repeatedly attracted the interest from some of Europe's other huge clubs, with Manchester United, Barcelona and Real Madrid reportedly keen on the player.
The attacking player, who can be deployed as a centre-forward or attacking midfielder, has already scored 10 goals in seven Serie A games this season, such that his future has again been bought up for discussion.
However, the 23-year-old is set to get what he wants, in the form of a lucrative new deal at Juventus to ward off any advances from Europe’s elite.
Barcelona reportedly wanted Dybala as a possible replacement for Paris Saint-Germain new boy Neymar, while La Liga rivals Real Madrid want to make Dybala their next Galactico. However with this new deal and Dybala's desire to stay in Turin, it seems that any deal has become more unlikely for either side.