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Agent finally breaks silence after £96million-rated striker is linked with Chelsea and Manchester United


Juventus striker Paulo Dybala is happy at Juventus and will not leave during the summer transfer window, agent Pierpaolo Triulzi has declared.

The 23-year-old has been linked with a move to the English Premier League with Chelsea and Manchester United interested in securing his services.

Recent reports have also claimed that the Premier League duo were ready to offer almost £100million to open talks with Juventus.

But his agent insists the youngster has no reason not to respect the contract he signed at the end of last season.

"Paulo signed a new contract with Juventus last month," Triulzi told the Guardian.

"He is happy in Turin".

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