Argentine forward Paulo Dybala has indicated that Juventus will decide whether he leaves the club in this summer’s transfer window.
Dybala, 23, joined Juve from Palermo in the summer of 2015, and the Argentina international has scored 42 times in 94 appearances for the Italian champions over the last two seasons.
Barcelona have been strongly linked with a move for the forward in recent days, but Dybala, who is said to have been personally recommended by Lionel Messi, has said that he is “fine with Juventus”.
“I’m happy here. I’m fine with Juventus, I’m going to train at my best to make it a great season. If an offer comes in, the club will notify me and they’ll tell me if they want to accept or not. First it depends on the club and then on me,” Dybala told Juve’s official website.
Dybala scored 21 times in 93 appearances for Palermo before earning a move to Turin.