Juventus CEO Giuseppe Marotta has denied reports linking Paulo Dybala with a move to Manchester United.
Dybala was labelled one of the most talented young players in the world prior to his €32m move to Juventus from Palermo this summer but he has struggled to make a real impact at the Old Lady, despite scoring nine goals in 25 appearances so far this term.
Marotta insisted Dybala is “growing” as a player and that Juventus will not let him leave.
“We do not want to sell him neither this season nor in the following ones as we have invested a considerable sum on him,” Marotta said.
“Dybala is a player who is growing and who has not yet shown his full potential.”
Man United’s problems up top this season have been well documented and it is clear that Louis van Gaal is looking to boost his forward line.
However, it is highly unlikely that Juventus will let Dybala go so soon after buying him. The Argentine is just 22 years old and he has plenty of time to realise his potential. United will have to look elsewhere in the January transfer window and beyond.