At the same time, the Bianconeri coach is confident that the Argentina international will not move on despite the upcoming final year of his contract.
Dybala is an important player for Pirlo
Andrea Pirlo has made an impossible summer move away from Juventus for Paulo Dybala. At the same time, the Bianconeri coach is confident that the Argentina international will not move on despite the upcoming final year of his contract. New conditions for the talented 27-year-old have been given for some time now, while transfer talk has never been far in recent windows. Pirlo is reluctant to pursue what the long-term future could hold. Still, he hopes to see injury problems for Dybala as he nails a regular role in Turin alongside Cristiano Ronaldo and Alvaro Morata. Questioned on Dybala ahead of a Serie A clash with Genoa on Sunday, Pirlo said: “I’ve always said that Dybala is an important player, and unfortunately, I haven’t had him at my disposal; very much this season.”
The Serie A title threatened to slip through Pirlo’s grasp
“Let’s look at the present because it’s more crucial than the future. He still has a year left on his deal, so we’ll have him here next season. Dybala is the player who makes the difference. I hope I can use Cristiano Ronaldo, Alvaro Morata and Paulo Dybala together at some point. I can say it’s expected Dejan Kulusevski will start tomorrow”. A Juventus legend did not enjoy the lightest of his opening campaigns at the Bianconeri helm. With the Serie A title threatened to slip through his grip. However, the coach has seen Federico Chiesa shine on the back of his arrival from Fiorentina last summer. The 23-year-old has scored 12 goals this season, along with nine assists, with his stock continues to soar with Juventus and Italy.
The boss added on a player who still has a lot of potentials to unlock: “Chiesa is excellent in one-on-one situations. But he can still improve in situations and control the pace. He’s hungry and eager to learn, which is great to know.”