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Paulo Dybala speaks out on Chelsea, Barcelona and Real Madrid transfer rumours

Dybala has established himself as one of Europe's most potent strikers this season, attracting interest from the best clubs around the world.
Gonzalo Higuain has grabbed most of the headlines at Juventus this season, pushing Dybala back into a supporting role.
But the 23-year-old has excelled in his relatively unfamiliar role, scoring 14 goals in all competitions and forming a fearsome partnership with Higuain.
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Paulo Dybala insists he is happy at Juventus for the time being
Antonio Conte is reportedly interested in signing DybalaGETTY
Antonio Conte is reportedly interested in signing Dybala
And his performances haven't gone un-noticed. Some of Europe's top clubs such as Chelsea, Real Madrid and Barcelona are all reportedly courting him.
But Dybala has given his biggest hint yet that he intends to remain at Juventus to develop his talents even more.
"I do not know the future, so many things can happen," he told La Repubblica.
"I am happy, my teammates wish me well, as do the fans and the club. At the moment I'm fine here.
"I have yet to grow, the great champions are others. 
"So many players of my age had already won important trophies; I'm still trying to improve."

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