Juventus manager Andrea Pirlo has insisted that Paulo Dybala will not be sold in the upcoming transfer window.
The Argentine's Old Lady future has been the subject of much speculation, with his contract in Turin due to expire at the end of next season and the club reportedly looking to raise £85m through player sales this summer.
Manchester United, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal have been credited with an interest in Dybala, but Pirlo has affirmed that the attacker will remain at Juventus next season, although his future beyond 2022 remains shrouded in uncertainty.
Speaking to reporters before Juve's clash with Genoa, Pirlo said: "I've always said Dybala is an important player and unfortunately I haven't had him at my disposal very much this season.
"Let's look at the present, because that is more important than the future. He still has a year left on his contract, so we will have him here next season.
Dybala has endured a frustrating season with injuries, registering three goals and two assists in 13 Serie A appearances, but he was fit enough for a 22-minute cameo from the bench in Sunday's 3-1 win over Genoa.