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PAULO DYBALA ‘WILL LEAVE JUVENTUS IN JANUARY AND HAS OFFERS FROM ENGLAND AND SPAIN’

PAULO DYBALA ‘WILL LEAVE JUVENTUS IN JANUARY AND HAS OFFERS FROM ENGLAND AND SPAIN’

The Argentine forward has fallen out of favour under Juve boss Max Allegri since a change of formation in Turin

Paulo Dybala has offers to move to either the Premier League or La Liga in January, after being cast aside at Juventus following Cristiano Ronaldo’s arrival.

The Argentine forward, 24, started Juve’s opening game of the season against Chievo but has played just 10 minutes of the Bianconeri’s last two matches.

Dybala operated in support of Ronaldo in the opener as Juve boss Max Allegri continued with the 4-2-3-1 formation that has been a staple of the Italian champions in recent seasons.

But Allegri has reverted to 4-3-3 since, with Ronaldo operating from the left, Mario Mandzukic in attack and Fernando Bernadeschi getting the nod on the right.

That has meant no spot for Dybala, who has previously been linked with the likes of Manchester United , Real Madrid and Barcelona .

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Now Maurizio Zamparini, owner of Dybala’s former club, Palermo, has claimed his former charge is set for the exit.

And he has slammed Allegri over his use of the creative forward.

“Every time he is left out, it makes me want to cry,” Zamparini told RMC Sport . “He’s on the bench because of Allegri. Allegri should come to Palermo and win the Scudetto.

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“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, 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.

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Juve are still looking to fully accommodate Ronaldo in Turin following his stunning summer move from Real Madrid.

The Portuguese superstar is yet to score for his new club, while Dybala has scored 68 times in 142 games during the last three seasons, winning three successive Serie A trophies.

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But Dybala’s record in Europe is a cause for concern, scoring just six times in 26 matches in the Champions League.

That is a noticeable drop off in a competition which club chiefs are desperate to win and was one of the overriding reasons for the summer arrival of Ronaldo.

However, should Juve part with Dybala it is unlikely to garner a positive reaction at the Allianz Stadium, where he has grown to be a real crowd favourite.

Juventus host Sassuolo on Sunday in their next Serie A clash, before kicking off their Champions League campaign at Valencia

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PAULO DYBALA 'WILL LEAVE JUVENTUS IN JANUARY AND HAS OFFERS FROM ENGLAND AND SPAIN'