One of the biggest names in the transfer market that didn’t move elsewhere during the January transfer window was the one of Paulo Dybala. The Argentina international was heavily linked with a move to either Tottenham or Manchester United, but he ended staying at Juventus despite the interest from the two Premier League giants.
However, now it seems the writing is on the wall for the former Palermo star at Juventus. According to several reports, manager Maurizio Sarri has finally convinced that Dybala “can’t play in the same attack as Cristiano Ronaldo” and that will be the main reason why the reigning Serie A champions will try to part ways with him this summer.
There should be plenty of interest for Dybala’s services if he’s made available during the January transfer window, though. As a dazzling playmaker who can take over a game when he’s at his best, both Manchester United and Tottenham should remain keen to make a move for Dybala. Especially if either Christian Eriksen or Paul Pogba look to leave their clubs in a few months time.
Only time will tell whether Dybala will remain at Juventus for a longer period of time. But all signs point towards him leaving The Old Lady sooner than later.