Paulo Dybala set for surprise exit from Juventus this January

Aubrey Yates
September 13, 2018

Paulo Dybala looks set to leave Juventus this coming January after being dropped from the starting XI in order to accommodate new signing Cristiano Ronaldo.

Dybala nevertheless admits he would like to be getting more regular game time, having also been left out of Argentina's matches against Guatemala and Colombia over the global break - where he was forced to deny reports of a rift with interim coach Lionel Scaloni.

Dybala avoided any complaints about his situation, telling Gazzetta dello Sport: "I admit I did not start as well as previous year or even in 2016".

Dybala has found starts hard to come by this season, a fact which has led Palermo owner Maurizio Zamparini to claim the diminutive forward will leave Massimo Allegri's side in the January transfer window.

"As long as the club and the president [Andrea Agnelli] want me at Juve, that's where I'll be".

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Maurizio Zamparini, the owner of Dybala's former club, Palermo, says that word on the grapevine in Italy is that Juventus are looking to sell the Argentinian global in the winter. He'll go because Juventus want to earn €100-120 million and I think he'll leave in January.

Zamparini said it was "all down to" Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri and added: "I sent a message to Dybala two years ago, advising him to go to Spain, where they play football, and not stay in Italy". He has offers in Spain and England.

Argentina worldwide Dybala has become one of Europe's most-coveted players since joining the Italian champions from Palermo in the summer of 2015.

"Juventus have a lot of big players and obviously it makes you want to cry when you see a phenomenon like him not playing".

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