Juventus superstar Paulo Dybala insisted that he is not going anywhere if he is to be believed.
The 23-year-old is known for being tipped to succeed Lionel Messi’ in the Argentina national team he has been linked with a move to Barcelona in case Neymar leaves Camp Nou for PSG.Also, Read; Man Utd only option for top 28-year-old if he decides to leaves
"The transfer market? I'm happy here," Dybala said at a press conference after a recent friendly.
"I'm fine, and over these days I'll be training as hard as I can to enjoy a great season."
The Bianconerri star has been previously been linked with Manchester United and Real Madrid among others - the playmaker has dismissed rumors that he is off anyway, despite rumors of talks with the Blaugrana emerging in the last few hours.
Considered to be one of the most exciting players in Serie A, Dybala was the subject of a tip from former team-mate Dani Alves, who suggested on television that he move so that he could become a superstar.
He is coming off a season where he netted 19 goals in total, adding seven assists as Juventus reached another Champions League final, also winning their sixth-straight Serie A title.