Paulo Dybala Can't Promise He'll Remain A Juventus Player

Barcelona, which rested Lionel Messi for the first half, went closest to breaking the deadlock when Ivan Rakitic hit the post with a free kick.

The Catalan club have yet to formally announce a new deal for the Argentina global, despite revealing in July that terms had been agreed between both parties.

"He's part of the club".

"It'll certainly be a very hard month, we are going to a passionate atmosphere at Olympiacos, but we are Juventus and must go to win in every stadium". He made a record-setting start to the Serie A season with 10 goals in six games before suffering a dip in form.Since arriving in Turin from Palermo in 2015, the player dubbed "The Jewel" has scored 56 goals in 112 games.

'We want to show that we learnt our lesson from the last time that we played away here.

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"We know the fans want to see the picture, the handshake; I do, too. I want to win everything now, football is odd you never really know what will happen in the future".

"I can't promise I will stay at Juventus forever". We haven't spoke about it, but we're confident he will stay.

"We all enjoy playing with him but from what we have been told, things are going well between the president and Leo." said the midfielder. If the whole team doesn't help out, it's hard to mark him. "The game is important, but so are results, the most important thing is to win", Zambrotta told Marca on Wednesday. "That was a knockout round and the circumstances are different now, but we do know Juve start very strong and we must be ready for that initial assault", said Valverde, who replaced Luis Enrique last May.

However, an impressive defensive performance will be needed to keep out Lionel Messi, Suarez et al, and Higuain and Dybala will have to be clinical when presented with chances at the other end of the field.

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