- 25-year-old star Dybala not interested in dumping Juventus to join Manchester United
- The attacker has been on the radar of the Premier League outfit who are planning to strengthen their squad in January
- He has scored six times in all competitions this season as the Old Lady remain unbeaten in the league
Manchester United target Paulo Dybala has insisted that he is not considering leaving Juventus anytime soon.
The Argentine has been heavily linked with a move to join the Red Devils in the January transfer window.
His sublime performances for the Old Lady has attracted interests Jose Mourinho who is hoping to add depth to his team when the winter transfer window opens.
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Dybala has netted six times in 14 matches in all competitions so far this term for the Allianz Stadium outfit.
"I'm not thinking about the transfer market," Dybala said.
"Right now I'm really happy at Juventus and the focus is simply winning all the titles here."
The 25-year-old has been a part of the Juve team that have gone 12 games unbeaten Serie A while they sit atop of Group H in the Champions League.
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Meanwhile, the manager believes their aim is to compete for titles at every competitions they participate in.
He also insisted that they have no plans to let Dybala leave the club anytime soon to ensure they compete at the highest level.
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"At Juventus, it's always the same objective - to win titles," he said.
"It's true that this year, from the outside, the Champions League looks more like an obsession. But the focus is, as always, on the domestic title as well."
Legit.ng recalls that Juventus continued their winning run in all competitions with a 3-0 win over Young Boys in the Champions League.
The Italian champions were without their talisman Cristiano Ronaldo following a one-match ban handed to him by UEFA for a hair pulling incident against Valencia.
But that did not stop the Biaconeri from scoring against the visiting Swiss side as Paulo Dybala made it 1-0 from a Leonardo Bonucci's assist in as early as the fifth minute.
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