Paulo Dybala has agreed a new deal until 2022
Paulo Dyabala has agreed a new five-year deal with Juventus.
The contract keeps him at the Turin-based club until June 2022.
Discussing the new deal, Dybala said: "I always like to win, in everything I do, and I think this is the perfect team to start doing in my career.
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The agreement comes just days after the Argentina international starred in Juve's 3-0 win over Barcelona in the Champions League.
And it will come as a blow to a host of Europe's top clubs, including Chelsea, Barca and Real Madrid who have all reportedly been after the striker.
Speaking about their interest earlier this week, the 23-year-old said: "I do not know the future, so many things can happen.
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"I am happy, my teammates wish me well, as do the fans and the club. At the moment I'm fine here.
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"I have yet to grow, the great champions are others.
"So many players of my age had already won important trophies and I'm still trying to improve."