Dybala set for Juventus exit?
Argentine star Paulo Dybala could be set to leave Juventus as early as January according to Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini.
The Serie A star is considered to be one of the best young stars in football right now.
He’s still only 24 and is a huge threat in attack but he’s always being linked with a move away from Juventus.
Now, the club president at Dybala’s former club Palermo, Maurizio Zamparini, has claimed he could leave Turin soon.
Heading to La Liga?
Zamparini has claimed that he has told Dybala to look for a move to Spain.
He’s also claimed that he believes Dybala will leave ‘sooner or later’ but convinced he will leave in January.
‘Two years ago, I sent a message to Paulo and I advised him to move to Spain. I told him, “go there, where football is played but don’t stay in Italy”,’ Zamparini explained to RMC Sport, as cited by the Daily Mail.
‘Sooner or later, he will do that because I believe that Juventus want to pocket the money from his sale so I’m convinced that he will leave the club in January.’
‘He has several offers and I think he’ll leave the Bianconeri. Juventus have a lot of great players and it is admittedly difficult to play for everyone but not playing Dybala is a mistake and I don’t just say that because he was at Palermo.
‘I remember that when Ibrahimovic joined Barcelona, he couldn’t stand the competition with Messi and he left. Something similar could happen with Cristiano at Juventus.’
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