Paulo Dybala won’t be leaving Juventus before the transfer window around Europe slams shut on Monday, according to the club’s sporting director Fabio Paratici.
As relayed by Sky Sports, the Old Lady were open to letting the forward depart, but not before they secured a suitable replacement. Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur were heavily linked with him, but both options fell through at various points of the window. The reasons were also differently reported from different sides. While some outlets claimed his wage demands, as well as those of his agent, were the main point of disagreement, others believed that the player was never really interested in moving to either of those clubs.
Paratici told Sky in Italy that the possibility of the Argentinian leaving the Allianz Stadium this summer has been ruled out completely. He believes Juventus are a club that leaves an impression good enough for those who leave to want to come back, and he backed that up with the examples of goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon and defender Leonardo Bonucci.
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