“For the technical part, I decided. These things have always happened, but this is not the time for what is going on in the world.
“It was not the right time to do it, we are examples and must behave like it.”
Dybala has since apologised for his part in the curfew-breaking party, posting on social media: “I know it would have been better to avoid, but I was wrong and I apologise, I shouldn’t have stayed out for dinner.”
Vice president Pavel Nedved had already hinted at a potential move for the forward, claiming they would be open to ‘every market opportunity’.
Mail Sport add that they will look for another high-profile name in return, to ensure they get at least something in exchange for the player.