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Less than a week ago, Beppe Marotta, the general manager of Juventus, told reporters that Paulo Dybala will only leave the Turin club if he clearly asks to be transferred.
Marotta admitted that Juve have received several and big offers for their Argentine star, but are not willing to sell him at any price, as long as he doesn’t for it.
The 23-year-old seems to see this whole thing differently, though, sending the ball back to Juve’s side.
You’d have to ask the club. I am happy here and I am training as hard as I can these days for a great season. If an offer were to arrive, it would be up to the club to show it to me and up to them to say if they want to sell me or not. It’s up to them first, and then me
Dybala told reporters in Miami, where Juventus are training these days, when asked if there are any offers for him, and whether or not he will be playing for the Bianconeri the coming season.
It’s pleasing to know that big clubs are interested in you because it means you are doing well. Then again, you’ve got to see what is actually true, because some is and some isn’t
the young Argentine also said, avoiding, though, giving a clear answer to the question where he really wants to be playing the next ten months.
It’s no secret that Barcelona would love to sign him, if Neymar leaves for PSG after all.