Juventus ace Paulo Dybala has insisted that he isn’t thinking about a move to the Premier League amid speculation of interest from the likes of Arsenal and Manchester United.
The Argentine was the hero for the Bianconeri again on Sunday night as his second-half effort secured a 1-0 win over Roma in Turin to move them back to within two points of Serie A leaders Napoli.
The 22-year-old now has 12 goals and eight assists in 20 league games this season, and while that has ensured he is now a key part of Massimiliano Allegri’s plans, it has unsurprisingly led to speculation about interest from around Europe.
However, it doesn’t appear to interest him at this stage as he continues to live up to his £28m price-tag after moving to Juve from Palermo last summer.
“I’m liked in England? I’ve just ended playing a match, I scored a good goal and I don’t think about this,” Dybala he told reporters after Sunday night’s game.
Juve endured a difficult start to the season after losing the likes of Andrea Pirlo and Carlos Tevez last summer, but with Dybala stepping up along with his teammates they have now put together an 11-game winning streak to put them back within striking distance of Napoli.
The two clubs appear to be emerging as the title favourites with Inter, Fiorentina and Roma slipping up, and so Juve will undoubtedly have no intention of selling Dybala any time soon as he continues to lead their Scudetto charge.