Juventus coach Massimo Allegri has been speaking at his press-conference ahead of Saturday’s Serie A game at home to Udinese.
The build-up to the game has been dominated by talk on the future of Argentine play-maker Paolo Dybala. Allegri explained that;
“As I have always said, contracts are handled by the executives. They are not things that concern me. From a technical point of view, I believe that I have helped him develop. He came from Palermo when he was a child. Now he is a player of whom I expect a lot, the value is not discussed. The director Arrivabene spoke on behalf of the club, we are in a situation in which we are currently out of the Champions League places and all the evaluations will be made in March-April”.
Dybala’s contract expires in the summer and latest reports suggest that Inter are ready to try to tempt to him at the end of the current campaign.