Juventus striker Paulo Dybala has committed his long-term future by agreeing a new contract with the Serie A champions.
The Argentina international has constantly saying in recent weeks that he is “happy” in Turin, despite seeing his name linked with other European heavyweights.
Delays over contract extension appeared to open the door move away from the Juventus Stadium for the 23-year-old, whose performance grew following an impressive displays against Barcelona in midweek.
Dybala has put pen to paper on a new five-year deal, which the Italians hope will see him remain in place until 2022.
He has had a stellar two seasons at the Juventus Stadium since joining from Palermo for €32 million in June 2015, having scored 39 goals in all competition for the bianconeri.
Manchester City, Chelsea, Barcelona and Real Madrid are among the clubs who were reportedly looking to sign Dybala this summer.