Paulo Dybala has a year left on his contract with Juventus.
The Argentine has been linked with a move away from the Old Lady and has attracted interests from a host of Premier League clubs such as Chelsea, Arsenal and Spurs.
He has been out for three months with a serious knee injury and returned to score the matchwinner in a 2-1 victory over Napoli last night.
The 27-year old was recently fined and suspended for breaking Covid-19 protocols.
Andrea Pirlo insisted that the 27-year old attacking midfielder will remain a crucial part of his plans.
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‘When you have a player like Dybala at your disposal, you always try to let him play. We’ve almost never had him,’ Pirlo told Sky Sport Italia.
‘When you miss someone like this, it becomes difficult, and when he comes back he helps you win.
‘He still has a year on his contract. We hope to be able to keep him.’