Juventus' Allegri, Dybala going nowhere - director Paratici

Juventus' Allegri, Dybala going nowhere - director Paratici

Juventus' Allegri, Dybala going nowhere - director Paratici

12-02-2019, 01:26

Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri and forward Paulo Dybala will not be leaving this summer, director Fabio Paratici has said.

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"I believe he will stay," Paratici told La Gazzetta dello Sport when asked about Allegri. "I really don't see a better manager."

Meanwhile, Dybala has been linked with a move to Real Madrid as well as other top European sides following a difficult period at the Allianz Stadium in which he reacted badly to being an unused sub in the recent 3-3 draw with Parma.

However, Paratici said the Argentina international is going nowhere -- and that there are very few better options available.

"Dybala is staying," the director said. "Only people who want to go will leave Juve.

"I repeat, it is difficult to find better players than those we already have."

Asked who would be an upgrade on Dybala, Paratici said: "It is difficult. Maybe [Lionel] Messi, even with Neymar I'd have my doubts.

"And Dybala is someone who is always available. He plays every game."