Juventus two goals hero Paulo Dybala has finally put to bed speculations surrounding his Juventus future after revealing on Tuesday that his contract renewal at Juventus is close.Two goals from Dybala helped Juventus on their way to a strong 3-0 first leg win against Barcelona
in the Champions League, with the Argentine striking in the first half to make the most of a slow start from the visitors. How taking care of Barca has earned us respect - Allegri Barca boss Enrique likens Juventus beating to PSG's 5 things we learnt from Juve’s demolition of Barca
Given his two goals, and his excellent performances in general since pulling on the shirt of Juventus, the Argentina international who has been linked with Luis Enrique's side and Premier League giants Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United refused to be drawn into any transfer gossip.
"I am very happy at Juventus, my contract renewal is very close and I want to make the most of what we are doing here. I am going to try to give the fans plenty to be happy about," Dybala said as quoted on MarcaNeymar, Messi clash over Coutinho, Dybala signing
Dybala was keen to put the game behind him, but similarly wasn't phased about heading to the scene of one of the Champions League's greatest ever comebacks.
"Now it will be different, to go there [Camp Nou] with all of their fans behind them, but we will give our best.
"The 6-1? We aren't thinking about that, we're going to enjoy what we've done, and then on Sunday we will think about Barcelona.Paulo Dybala: 'Don't compare me to Messi'
"We know them, we are going to give our best to get a good result in Barcelona so we are able to go through.
"We are not going to sit back, we have to go out and pressure them, because we will definitely have chances of our own." he added