Paulo Dybala of Roma has dismissed the speculations linking him with a move to Chelsea this summer.
The Argentine said there is no such move in his plan, adding that he was already heading out for Roma’s preseason preparations.
The former Juventus forward has been linked with a surprise move to Chelsea.
A release clause in the Argentine’s deal allows him to join a club outside of Italy for just €12million (£10m).
Mauricio Pochettino, who is now in charge of the Blues, is a big fan of Dybala and tried to sign the forward during previous spells at both Tottenham and PSG.
Dybala, 29, has returned to Rome after spending time in England to watch several huge sporting events.
The 2022 World Cup winner said, “I’m motivated for pre-season, which we’re starting tomorrow [Monday]. My future? I’m happy at Roma. I’m staying here.”