Paulo Dybala shrugged off Inter rumours and his own brother’s comments about a transfer. “Juventus know I want to stay, the club will then make their decisions.”
La Joya has been repeatedly linked with a move away from Turin this summer, particularly towards Inter, Atletico Madrid or Manchester United.
They were fuelled by comments made by Dybala’s brother Gustavo, who told a radio station in Argentina that “there is a good chance he’ll leave Juventus. Absolutely. He needs a change. Of course he’s not happy there.”
Today, Dybala was attending a sponsorship event when he spoke to Sky Sport Italia.
“My brother spoke on his own account. I have talked to (director of sport Fabio) Paratici, he knows what I think, I want to stay with Juventus.
“It doesn’t depend on me, the club will then make their decisions based on the ideas of the new Coach, but I want to continue with Juventus.
“We don’t know who the new Coach will be, but hope it’ll be someone great so that we can win everything. We’ve thanked and saluted Max Allegri, as we are very grateful for what he’s done.
“The most important thing is to win, then of course fans want to see beautiful football and there are many Coaches who know how to make that happen. It’s up to the club to decide.”
Dybala was asked specifically if he would go to Inter.
“I have a great deal of respect for this jersey and the Juventus fans, so I won’t talk about other clubs.”