Real Madrid favourites to land Paulo Dybala

Heather Diaz
September 16, 2018

Someone close to Juventus forward Paulo Dybala has reportedly claimed the Argentine could very well move to Spain in the January transfer window.

He has only started one league game so far this season.

. Juventus have plenty of champions and obviously it's hard for them all to play.

At the beginning of this brand-spanking new Serie A season, Dybala had operated in support of Juventus' new star signing, but has made fleeting cameo appearances since; managing just ten minutes of play in the two subsequent games combined.

Dybala's admirers have hit out at his treatment with his brother Gustavo angrily criticising Argentina's new coach Lionel Scaloni.

Maurizio Zamparini, owner of Dybala's former club Palermo, says that Juventus want to sell the attacker in January and have already received offers from clubs in Spain and England.

Palermo president Mauricio Zamparini has told RMC Sport that Paulo Dybala is heading to Spain this Christmas.

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"I sent a message to Dybala two years ago, advising him to go to Spain, where they play football, and not stay in Italy".

He also found himself sidelined during the World Cup when his only appearance was as a second-half substitute in the infamous 3-0 defeat by Croatia.

He also launched his latest line of branded underwear.

I said the same after I had the chance to play with Messi for Argentina, now I have the chance to play with Ronaldo at Juventus.

"[When I heard Ronaldo was joining] I said to myself: 'After having had the fortune of playing with [Lionel] Messi in the national team, now I have the opportunity to play with Ronaldo at Juve.' It's wonderful".

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