According to the player’s lawyer Jorge Antun, Paulo Dybala is satisfied at Juventus and is in negotiations with the Italian champions over a new deal.
Since scoring 11 goals and setting up six more as Juve secured a ninth consecutive Scudetto, the Argentina international was voted Serie A’s MVP last season.
Recent reports in Italy, however, have indicated that Dybala has become unsettled in Turin and could move on ahead of next season, with Real Madrid rumored to be involved.
However, Dybala’s agent has denied those allegations and says the 26-year-old would be willing to prolong his current contract at the Allianz Stadium.
“In recent days, I’ve read the reports in the newspapers-they ‘re completely incorrect,” said Antun, quoted by Calciomercato. “Dybala is a player from Juventus and is proud to be one.
“We are working with the club to extend our normal training for his deal.”
Dybala has been with Juventus for five seasons and his latest contract goes on to 2022.