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09/01/2018 - 10:14 BST

PSG Supremo Plays Down Interest In Manchester United Target Paulo Dybala


Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi has insisted that Juventus star Paulo Dybala is not a key signing for the club, in words which will be welcomed by the Argentine's suitors Manchester United.

The Argentine striker has been linked with a move away from Italy in the summer amidst talk of his brother meeting the French club, with the Red Devils also keeping a close eye on the situation.

Recent reports have also suggested that the relationship between the player and the board has deteriorated, though club CEO Giuseppe Marotta has denied any such claims.

The PSG president on his part has played down a swoop for the Argentine, who is not a key target, and insists he would directly tell Juventus if he wanted to sign Dybala.


"The truth is there are a lot of good players in Serie A, not just Dybala", Al-Khelaifi told La Stampa.  

"If we are interested in him, we'll call Juventus.

"[Juve president Andrea] Agnelli is a good friend but I can tell you that Dybala, at the moment, is not the key to PSG's future."

Al-Khelaifi also took time to put to bed rumours about the French giants looking for a replacement for coach Unai Emery.

"You have excellent players, excellent clubs and excellent coaches in Italy. But, for now, we're happy with Emery."