Paulo Dybala has made a huge name for himself the moment he joined Juventus from Palermo and has been doing extremely well since then.

Football news: Paulo Dybala is “almost certain” to stay put at Juventus

Recently he has been linked to a transfer move away from the Allianz Stadium as the big giants of Serie A are trying to gather enough money to cover the cost of Cristiano Ronaldo.

England club Liverpool has seen this as a perfect opportunity as has made the most of the situation by launching a raid for the Argentinian superstar.

However it seems that Dybala is not interested to make a move at this time and will stay put at Juventus despite the fact that the club is trying to snatch the Real Madrid talisman away from the Bernabeu.

According to II Giornale, an Italian newspaper, Dybala is “almost certain” to stick his roots with the Serie A club in spite of the fact that Liverpool is contacting Giuseppe Marotta about the 24-year-old player.

Dybala is very much looking forward to be a part of the team that Massimiliano Allegri will be forming around Cristiano Ronaldo in the next season.

Although like Dybala, the same cannot be said for Gonzalo Higuain, the Argentinian striker who plays for Juventus. This is because Ronaldo, who is drifting infield over the past few years, will certainly replace Higuain if he signs for Juventus.

This means that Higuain will be offloaded and according to II Giornale, might go to Chelsea once Maurizio Sarri takes over Antonio Conte as the head coach of the club.

Higuain is likely to be joined by Daniele Rugani, the current centre-back from Juventus, who will cost Chelsea around £35m (€40m) according to II Giornale.