Marotta confident of Dybala, Allegri stay
Juventus director Giuseppe Marotta insists that his side are not worried about the contractual status of Paulo Dybala. Both Chelsea and Manchester United have been credited with an interest for the striker this month.
The 23-year-old has established himself firmly as a regular at the Old Lady, and this has captured the attention of top English clubs alongside Real Madrid.
Marotta had suggested earlier last month that an extension for Dybala was almost complete - though no official statement was made regarding the agreement.
However, speaking to Mediaset, the Juve chief confirmed that talks are still ongoing, and the deal could be wrapped up by the end of the month.
"Dybala's entourage is in Argentina right now," he told Mediaset. "There is no reason to worry. They will arrive at the end of the month and that is the moment we will sign the contract."
Meanwhile, Marotta also dismissed claims that manager Max Allegri is heading to the Emirates to replace Arsene Wenger in the summer.