Juventus forward Paulo Dybala has denied transfer rumours of a move away from the Italian champions Juventus this summer.
The Argentine international has been consistently linked with a move away from Juventus in the last few weeks and those transfer rumours increased last week after his brother Gustavo Dybala told Argentine radio station Futbolemico that the player will most likely leave the club this summer.
Paulo Dybala has distanced himself from the comments attributed to his brother as he said that Gustavo spoke for himself.
The former Palermo star dismissed rumours of an exit from Juventus in a chat with Sky Sports Italia.
According to him, Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici knows what he wants to do next and that’s to continue playing for the Old Lady.
Paulo Dybala has been seriously linked with Premier League giants Manchester United who are looking to strengthen their squad after a disappointing season.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is expected to strengthen his squad in the forward positions and the aforementioned Paulo Dybala is on the list of transfer targets in those areas.
The target for Manchester United next season is to get back into the Champions League after missing out on the competition for next season after a sixth-placed finish.