Published: Mon, May 20, 2019
Sport | By Wilson Duncan

There's a good chance Dybala leaves Juventus - brother

There's a good chance Dybala leaves Juventus - brother

Cape Town - The agent of Manchester United target Paulo Dybala says the Juventus forward is no longer "at ease" in Italy and "needs a change" ahead of the new campaign.

He has three years left on the four-year deal signed by Ronaldo last summer. Absolutely. He needs a change, ' he told Argentine radio show Futbolemico.

"He was very comfortable in Italy but he isn't any more - like many other Juventus players". Meanwhile, Isco, who was one of Zidane's most important players in his first stint at Madrid is not in his plans for next time out and will be sold if an offer worth 80 million euros comes his way.

"Problem with Ronaldo? No, off the field there is no problem with Cristiano", he added. The problems are on the field: "Paulo is young, he has to play".

"I cannot say where he will go, but there is a strong chance Paulo will leave the club".


"I believe his preference is to move to Spain and to Real Madrid".

Atleti would demand a bumper price for their prized asset, meaning they could find themselves flush with cash as they look for a successor, potentially opening the door for Dybala to pitch up in Madrid. "So a big-money move to England [could happen], 'cos he's now on I think just under £100,000-a-week which by Premier League standards is quite cheap".

While it was widely thought that the 34-year-old was bought to help inspire the Italian giants to win the UEFA Champions League, former Arsenal midfielder and now pundit Stewart Robson feels it was the forward's selfishness that was the most disappointing thing to see.

"He knows that he didn't perform well this season, but that can happen to any great player".

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