Juventus forward Paulo Dybala has appeared to rule out a move to Barcelona by confirming he was ‘happy’ in Italy and looking forward to the campaign.
The Italian champions have already seen the high-profile departures of Dani Alves and Leonardo Bonucci to Paris Saint-Germain and Milan respectively, but the Argentine looks set to stay at the J-Stadium.
“It was a good match,” Dybala told reporters after his side’s friendly victory over Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday.
“It was useful to train us physically and to get to know our new teammates. They’ve just arrived, but the Coach [Max Allegri] will succeed in integrating them.
“The transfer market? I’m happy here, I’m fine and over these days I’ll be training as hard as I can to have a great season.”
Speculation has linked the 23-year-old to the Camp Nou as a domino effect of Neymar potentially joining PSG for €222m.