Juventus admits there’s interests for Dybala

According to Bianconeri sporting director Fabio Paratici, there is interest for Paulo Dybala but there’s no agreement yet to buy him.

There has been some interest for Paulo Dybala from Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur this summer.

And Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici has admitted there’s still no agreement between the Argentinean and any other club.

“We are in the market, it is normal that there are interests but to close a deal everyone must agree: club and player,” Paratici told Calcio Mercato.

“Dybala? It’s like all the other players.”

“He is of Juve, and he is a great player, our 10,” he added.

“It is clear that there are speeches that are made for him and also for others.”

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He explained: “These are speeches that we will deepen and apply to everyone, not just for him.”

Paratici also spoke about Mauro Icardi: “Right now he’s an Inter player and we don’t talk about it.”

“We have Higuain and Mandzukic who are great attackers. I wouldn’t talk about others, but about ours. We are happy with those we have.”

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