Juventus star, Paulo Dybala has finally disclosed that he has no plan to leave the Serie A champions to join Manchester United this summer's transfer window.
Dybala stated this after his agent, Gustavo, who is also his brother, claimed last week that the Juventus number 10 wants to leave Juve.
"There are many possibilities that Paulo leaves Turin. He needs a change, he was very much at ease in Italy but now he is no longer," Gustavo told Radio Impacto Córdoba.
"I can't say where he'll go, but there is a strong chance Paulo will leave. Of course he's not happy there."
But reacting to the developments, Dybala, who has been heavily linked with a move to Man United in recent weeks, dismissed Gustavo's claims.
The 25-year-old told Sky Sport Italia at an event at the Adidas Store in Milan yesterday: "My brother spoke for himself.
"[Juventus sporting director Fabio] Paratici knows what I want to do next year... to keep playing here.
"Paratici knows that next year I want to continue here. Then it doesn't depend on me.
"Juventus must make its choices with the coach that will come. But society knows it, next year I want to stay here.
"I have a lot of respect for this shirt and for these fans, and because of this I will only talk about Juventus, not about other teams, because that seems to me a lack of respect."