Paulo Dybala expects Paul Pogba to remain with Juventus
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After exercising their buy-back clause, Real Madrid have re-signed their youth academy product after two years with Juventus.
Paulo Dybala is confident Paul Pogba will reject a big-money move this summer and stay with Juventus for a fifth season.
The pair won the Serie A and Coppa Italia double together with the Bianconeri last season but Pogba is the subject of interest from Real Madrid among others but a move is unlikely because of Juve’s asking price.
However, in an interview with Gazzetta dello Sport, Dybala hinted that a move isn’t likely for his teammate.
He said: “Pogba will remain here. I spoke with him and I believe he will stay. We didn’t talk about football but I believe that will be the case.”
Juve have already completed the signing of Dani Alves from Barcelona with Javier Mascherano possibly to follow and Dybala would welcome his Argentine compatriot in Turin.
The striker said: “I’ve already played with him in the national team. I like to play with the best players.”
Alvaro Morata has left Juventus to return to Real Madrid and Dybala will miss the Spain international in a personal and professional capacity.
“It’s a big loss given what he has done and the relationship we had,” Dybala said. “He is a great man and a great friend, he helped me settle here.”
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