Dybala 'not thinking about the transfer market' as Man Utd rumours resurface

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The Juventus forward insists he is happy in Turin, despite rumours of a potential switch to the Premier League circling in the media

Juventus forward Paulo Dybala has rejected the notion that he could leave the club next year and has pledged to help the team fight for major trophies.

The Italian champions are on course to retain their crown after just three-and-a-half months of the new season, having already moved six points clear of second-placed Napoli.

Massimilano Allegri's men are unbeaten in Serie A after 12 matches and are also exerting their dominance on the European stage, sitting top of their Champions League group ahead of Manchester United.

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Dybala has played a vital role in Juve's recent success, contributing six goals in 14 games so far this term, and at 25 years of age he appears to be approaching his prime.

The Argentine playmaker sat down with the Daily Mirror to discuss his life in Turin and took the opportunity to dismiss rumours linking him with a move to Old Trafford.

"I’m not thinking about the transfer market," Dybala said. "Right now I’m really happy at Juventus and the focus is simply winning all the titles here."

Dybala went on to discuss his relationship with Cristiano Ronaldo, who arrived at the Allianz Stadium during the summer from Real Madrid and has been an instant hit in Italy.

It had been suggested that the Portuguese maestro's presence might overshadow his own ability to make an impact on the pitch, but the Bianconeri star is adamant that they work well in tandem.

"Ever since Ronaldo arrived, we have been, and we are, really happy together," Dybala added. "I think we have been doing well. We have scored really important goals for Juventus together.

"Cristiano arrived only recently, but we all know the importance that he has on everyone and we knew his style from before.

"We know how he plays and how he works. Of course, you have to make small changes, but we are happy and we are going to score a lot of goals together."

Next up after the international break for Juventus is a home game against SPAL on November 24, before a Champions League showdown against Valencia three days later.

 

 

 

 

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