Juventus are open to parting ways with Paulo Dybala in the near future, according to Corriere dello Sport.
Dybala was proclaimed as the “next Sergio Aguero” upon his arrival to Palermo from Argentinian Primera B Nacional side Instituto de Cordoba in 2012 by club president Maurizio Zamparini. After three years of stellar performances on Sicily, he made his way to Turin on a five-year deal with the Old Lady, which cost the Serie A champions €32 million plus €8 million in add-ons. Since then, he scored 78 goals in 185 games in the famous black-and-white shirt.
However, his future with the club became uncertain last year when Cristiano Ronaldo arrived from Real Madrid, and though he still hasn’t left, it appears that the newly appointed head coach Maurizio Sarri is finally convinced that the two of them cannot be a part of the same attacking line.
Dybala has been linked with Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur over the summer, but he apparently rejected the advances of both.
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