Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici has ruled out a last-minute summer exit for Paulo Dybala.
And with the European transfer window remaining open until Monday, there had been reports of late interest from Paris Saint-Germain.
But Paratici told Sky Italia: “We can absolutely rule out Dybala leaving this summer. We can exclude that as a possibility.
“This is a club that leaves a good impression, as often players want to come back when they have left, most recently Gigi Buffon and Leonardo Bonucci.
“There are people who brought a great deal to the club, not just to the team or what happened on the field.
“Let’s not forget, Juventus have been top of the Serie A table for 3,000 days and these players are always the first to arrive for training and the last to leave.”
Manchester United tried to sign Dybala as a replacement for Romelu Lukaku, who ended up joining Inter Milan in a £72million deal.
However, the Red Devils were put off by the forward’s huge wage demands.
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Meanwhile, Tottenham looked set to sign Dybala on transfer deadline day, only for Juventus to pull the plug on a deal.
Dybala made his first appearance of the season for Juventus in the club’s 4-3 win over Napoli on Saturday.
The 25-year-old was a 76th-minute substitute as Juve needed an injury-time Kalidou Koulibaly own goal to win the game after squandering a 3-0 lead.