Juventus forward Paulo Dybala remains firmly committed to Juventus, despite ending his lease on a mansion in Turin, according to Mundo Deportivo.
The same publication reported in June that Chelsea and Manchester United were weighing up moves for the Argentinian international, and the news of player’s decision to stop renting a property prompted talk of interest from the Premier League once again.
However, Mundo Deportivo report that they have talked to sources close to the player who say nothing should be read into the matter.
Dybala has been having an excellent season in Italy, having scored 17 goals and provided five assists in 28 games this campaign.
Chelsea could be keeping tabs on the player due to the club’s lack of striking options. Alvaro Morata has a chronic back issue that is causing the Blues major concern, leaving new signing Olivier Giroud as the club’s only fit senior striker at the moment.