Juventus coach Andrea Pirlo is angry about Paulo Dybala’s future.


Argentina international Forward is within the last 18 months of his Juve contract.

Before arguing with Genoa on Sunday, Pirlo said, “I have always said that Dybala is an important player and unfortunately I have not had him in my hands this season. Let’s look at the present, for that is far more important than the future.

“He still has a year left on his contract, so we will get him here next season. Dybala is a player who makes a difference.

“I hope I will be able to perfect use Cristiano Ronaldo, Alvaro Morata, and Paulo Dybala together sometime. I would say it is possible that Dejan Kulusevski will start tomorrow.”

The Argentina international looks unlikely to sign a new contract in Turin, meaning he is expected to be traded in the next market as Andrea Pirlo’s side fear losing him if he plays for free.

According to FC Inter News, Man United is keen to sign the player in the transfer window but is unwilling to meet his € 60m (£ 52m) price tag.

The report says the Red Devils could try to negotiate an exchange deal involving Paul Pogba, who continues to be linked with a move away from Old Trafford.

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