Juventus forward Paolo Dybala has debunked rumours linking him with a transfer to Premier League giants Manchester United.
The 25-year-old Argentine international star dismissed the transfer reports on a possible transfer to Old Trafford in his recent interview with the Daily Mirror.
Several media reports had linked the Red Devils with a possible £150m bid for the Juventus player.
Dybala revealed that his long-term future is at Juventus rather than with Manchester United.
He further stated that his focus is to win more titles with the Italian Serie A giants.
Paolo Dybala showed a glimpse of what Manchester United have been missing when he scored the only goal of the game in the Champions League clash between Juventus and Manchester United at Old Trafford.
It was a Matchday 3 game at the Theatre of Dreams in front of the Manchester United faithfuls.
Since joining Juventus from fellow Italian side Palermo, Dybala has scored 74 goals in 154 appearances for the club.
He was the poster boy of Juventus until the arrival of Portuguese tactician Cristiano Ronaldo this summer.
The former Sporting Lisbon and Manchester United winger signed for the Italians during this summer’s transfer window after an initial fee of €100m was agreed for him.