The mooted player exchange was quickly shut down by the Italian side
Juventus do not want to exchange Paulo Dybala for Antoine Griezmann. According to 'La Gazzetta dello Sport', the Italian club are not open to the deal and negotiations quickly ended after initial contact was made.
The report says that Dybala is not on the transfer market following the return of Massimiliano Allegri, the club's former coach who got the best out of the Argentine in his first spell in Turin.
In fact, Juve could even extend Dybala's deal, which is due to expire in 2022.
Last season was marked by injuries, while the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo saw him take a back seat at times in recent years, but Juve are confident of recovering the best version of Dybala.
There will be talks next week about his contract situation after a campaign in which he played 26 games, scoring three goals and setting up three more.
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