The Paulo Dybala saga with English clubs has been over since the Premier League transfer window closed, but the striker is still a big subject in the Italian media.
Tuttosport managed to speak to the player’s agent Jorge Antun this weekend, and the questions were about two specific clubs: Manchester United and Paris Saint Germain.
The Red Devils had been involved in long negotiations for the Argentine star, at a time when he could have been involved in a swap for Romelu Lukaku.
The negotiations collapsed, with most of the media blaming Dybala’s agent commissions as the main reason for it. But now speaking to the Turin newspaper, the representative claims it’s not true.
Asked if there had been negotiations with Manchester United, Antun said: “Yes, I talked to the British, but the commission stories are not true: there were questions between the clubs.”
The agent was also quizzed about a trip to Paris, but he doesn’t seem keen on pushing for a media circus now: “No, I don’t have any plans. Paulo must enjoy the moment with Juventus, what will happen in the future I don’t know.”