Published: Thu, September 13, 2018
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'Paulo Dybala Will Move To Spain In January'

'Paulo Dybala Will Move To Spain In January'

Meanwhile, Maurizio Zamparini, the president of Dybala's previous club Palermo, suggested that the player would leave Serie A in the next transfer window. In January, I think he'll leave for Spain. Juventus have a lot of great players and it is admittedly hard to play for everyone but not playing Dybala is a mistake and I don't just say that because he was at Palermo.

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.

"It's easy for him to become the phenomenon, and I sent Dybala a message two years ago to advise him to go to Spain, where he can play football, and not to continue on the bench in Italy".

"He's on the bench because of Allegri".

'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 then joined Argentina on a quick tour of the United States, where he was expected to get at least one start, but had to be content with a second-half substitute's appearance in the second match against Colombia.

Prior to joining Juventus, Dybala was heavily linked with a move to Barcelona.

But the Premier League big guns will no doubt have something to say before Dybala's future is sorted.

It was claimed over the summer that Liverpool held talks with Juventus over a potential move.

Reports in Spain said that the Reds made contact with Juve to begin negotiations over Dybala and were prepared to spend £80m on the attacker.

He has scored 68 goals in 142 games for the club and is under contract until June 2022.

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