Pavel Nedved has played down talks of Paulo Dybala leaving Juventus this summer amidst reported interest from Tottenham, informs the SpursWeb.
Dybala is well into the final year of his contract with the Old Lady and is currently set to become a free agent at the end of the season (TransferMarkt).
Juventus intended to speak with the Argentina international about the matter, but recently postponed talks until a later date (CalcioMercato).
That has potentially left the door open for suitors such as Tottenham, with Sport reporting Antonio Conte’s side have already spoken to Dybala thanks to the Paratici Juventus connections.
But despite the speculation, Juve chief Nedved says the Italian side are not concerned about losing Dybala for nothing and any discussions over his future will happen in due course.
He said (via Fabrizio Romano): “We’re not worried about losing Dybala on a free transfer.
“We’ve five players out of contract in June – and we decided to discuss their contracts later this year, and they’ve accepted.”
Juventus vice president Nedved on Dybala’s contract expiring in June: “We’re not worried about losing Dybala on a free transfer”. ⚪️ #Juventus
“We’ve five players out of contract in June – and we decided to discuss their contracts later this year, and they’ve accepted”.
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) March 16, 2022
Dybala has scored 12 goals in 28 appearances for Juventus this term, but has recently been absent from the side with a hip problem (Transfermarkt).