Juventus attacker Paulo Dybala has admitted that he has been left frustrated by the recent speculation surrounding his future with the Ita...
Juventus attacker Paulo Dybala has admitted that he has been left frustrated by the recent speculation surrounding his future with the Italian champions.
The 27-year-old only scored his first Serie A goal of the season in Sunday's 3-1 win at Genoa, with the Argentina international largely struggling for form in the early stages of 2020-21.
A recent report claimed that Manchester United could sign Dybala as part of a swap deal for Paul Pogba, who looks set to leave Old Trafford in 2021
The Juve forward's current deal in Turin is due to expire in June 2022, and the South American has revealed his frustrations when it comes to the constant speculation.
"So many things that aren't true have been said in relation to my contract. My agent was in Turin for a long time and was never called up by the club. It disappoints me to hear talk of invested financial figures," Dybala told Sky Italia.
"It would be better if the truth could be told, because talking about those aspects in this period pits the fans against me, with all the love I have for Juventus."
Dybala has only managed two goals in 12 appearances for Andrea Pirlo's side this season.