Juventus star player Paulo Dybala confessed he is uncertain over his future at the Serie A club.
The Argentina international has been strongly linked with Manchester United in recent times, and he has admitted not to be sure of staying at Juventus for the rest of his career.
Dybala has won the league and cup double in consecutive terms at Turin, and his impressive performances at the Italian side has caught the attention of a handful of top clubs across Europe including Manchester United and Barcelona.
There were speculations that the red devils are preparing a £155 million bid for the talented player next summer, amid recent reports that claimed the Man United board have promised to bring in three superstars next summer.
And 24-year-old Dybala, speaking recently about his situations at Juve, said he can’t promise to stay with the old ladies forever.
The talented player also made it known that he was affected by his side’s decision to sell Paul Pogba to Manchester United last year.
Both Pogba and Dybala remain in regular contact, and the South American player has suggested he would welcome the chance to once more play together with the Frenchman.
“[Pogba] is a friend of mine, we were on very good terms on and off the pitch.” Paulo said.