There are reports that Barcelona have offered Italian giant Juventus €90 million for Argentina sensation Paulo Dybala following his impressive performance this season at the club.

However, the enormous potential deal has been conclusively dismissed by the Serie A champions as they want the talented player for keeps.

Dybala starred for the Old Lady in his first year in Turin, triggering the huge bid from the Liga kingpins after a difficult season in the UEFA Champions League, according to Italian newspaper Tuttosport.

The 23-year-old hitman has been a huge success after his transfer from Palermo 12 months ago, scoring 23 goals in all competitions, per Maston. Barca will now have to revisit their offer if they want to pair the young attacker with National team mate, Lionel Messi.

The move from the Camp Nou giants is likely to provide competition for Luis Suarez and Dybala would offer coach Luis Enrique a pacey alternative as he looks to strengthen a squad short on numbers and depth. If he joined then we're certain that the odds of Barcelona winning the Cmapions League on the StanJames betting index would come down dramatically.

According to Juve’s official website, Juve paid the Rosanero a fee of €32 million for the striker, but Barca's offer would see the Italians make a staggering return on their investment.

Dybala recently alluded to Tuttosport that he would love to spend his future replicating the achievements of Juve.

Also, Barcelona faced another setback in the summer transfer plans as Gunner player, Hector Bellerin set to return to Catalonia appear to have been dashed after the Masia youth product admitted he is happy at Arsenal.

Bellerin told the Daily Star “I say this every year, for me my home is in England. I have lived in England for many years, I have my family there, I'm living with my girlfriend. I am very happy there, so I do not see anywhere else other than Arsenal.”

The 21-year-old full-back appeared 42 times for the Gunners in the Premier League and Europe last term and was named in the PFA Team of the Year.