Departing Juventus striker Paulo Dybala has disclosed that he has not made a decision on his move this summer.
The Argentina international will be a free agent when his contract expires on June 30 and has been linked with numerous clubs, including Inter, Roma, Tottenham Hotspur, PSG, Arsenal and Manchester United.
He was at San Siro for a charity event organised by Samuel Eto’o, playing in the Integration Heroes Match.
Before kick-off, Dybala was spotted chatting to Inter vice-president Javier Zanetti, which naturally raised the hopes of Nerazzurri supporters who hope he will choose them.
“I am happy to be here, I spoke to Samuel beforehand and he’s one of the greats, so I couldn’t miss out,” Dybala told Sky Sport Italia.
“I’d prefer to talk about the event and not my future.”
Francesco Totti is also taking part and confirmed he would urge Dybala to make a leap of faith by joining Roma.
“Totti is an idol, I am pleased to hear him speak about me with affection. I’m relaxed, tomorrow I’ll go on international duty and we are preparing for a fun match against Italy, then I’ll go on vacation.”
La Joya was asked if he had yet spoken to Kimpembe about life at PSG.
“I don’t know what I’ll do yet. I will try to choose what is best for me.”
Juventus opted not to offer him a new contract, just a couple of months after they had seemingly agreed personal terms.
The fans made it very clear they did not agree with the decision and gave him a moving send-off in Turin.
“My rapport with the fans has been wonderful over these seven years, that is the greatest award I take with me.”
Dybala obtained Italian citizenship on 13 August 2012, in order to facilitate his move to Palermo,and circumvent FIGC regulations that permit only a maximum of two non-EU players in any Serie A team. Dybala initially attempted to obtain Polish citizenship through ancestry from his grandfather, but the bureaucracy proved too complex.
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