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Series A: Marotta:”Dybala is impossible to hold”

Although striker Paulo Dybala does not have an exit clause for Juventus Turin, the Argentinean is not to be considered the Italian record holder in the event of a change.Juve’s Director General Giuseppe Marotta confessed to Mediaset Premium.Basically, he does not give his players any exit clauses and ultimately decides the opinion of the players.

Dybala was associated with a move to Spain in the summer to Real Madrid and Barcelona, but ultimately stayed with the Old Lady.

But it doesn’t seem to have been the Bianconeri’s fault, because Marotta said in an interview:”It’s the player who decides his future and if he wants to leave, then it’s impossible for us to keep him.”.

Rumour has it that the Argentinean has an exit clause, but the Italian denies its existence:”Exit clauses are necessary in Spain for a relationship between the players and the club, but in Italy only Higuain and Miralem Pjanic had one.I’m against giving our players such a clause.”

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