Juventus are reportedly assessing the possibility of selling star forward Paulo Dybala in the summer after the player endured an underwhelming season
Brought in from Palermo for £23 million back in 2015, the 25-year-old has quickly established himself as an integral part of the team, but things have changed this term.
A mediocre campaign, highlighted by a lot of ups and downs has seen the Argentina international score just ten goals in 39 appearances across all competitions.
Juventus are open to the idea of selling Paulo Dybala this summer, Goal understands.— Goal (@goal) April 30, 2019
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Dybala’s career is at a crossroads at the Bianconeri at the moment, as he has fallen out of favor with Massimiliano Allegri following Cristiano Ronaldo’s arrival.
With his first-team opportunities at a premium in Turin, former Instituto youth academy product could also accept the prospect of leaving the Allianz Stadium for regular first-team action.
Dybala’s class and technical ability are undeniable, and there’ll be no shortage of suitors should he opt for a fresh challenge in the summer.