- Paulo Dybala could be on his way out of Italian champions Juventus next year
- The Argentine is said to have received offers from Spain and England
- Lack of active playing times this season in Italy is the reason he would leave the Old Lady
Argentina international Paulo Dybala has been told by Palermo owner Maurizio Zamparini to leave Italian champions Juventus when the January 2019 transfer window opens.
Maurizio Zamparini is livid with how the 24-year-old player has been struggling for games since the arrival of Portugal international Cristiano Ronaldo.
Dybala played against Chievo in Juventus' first game of the season, but he has only appeared for 10 minutes in the Old Lady's last two encounters.
Paulo Dybala left Palermo for a move to Juventus three years ago, and his former boss Zamparino has claimed that he is set to face the exit doors.
"Every time he is left out, it makes me want to cry. Dybala on the bench because of Allegri. Allegri should come to Palermo and win the Scudetto.
"Two years ago, I sent Dybala a message and advised him to go to Spain, not Italy.
"He'll leave because Juventus want to get €120million in January and I think he'll leave for Spain. He has offers in Spain and England.
"Juventus have a lot of champions and it's obviously a reason to cry when a phenomenon like him is not playing,'' Maurizio Zamparini told RMC Sport according to UK Mirror.
Earlier, NAIJ.com had reported how Premier League giants Manchester United are reportedly ready to submit £100 million offer to Juventus for the possibility of luring Paulo Dybala to Old Trafford.
Since last year, the Argentina international has been linked with a move to join fellow countryman Lionel Messi at Barcelona, but Juventus refused to agree a deal.
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