It looks like Juventus are going to sell Paulo Dybala again. There are two years left before the Argentine contract expires.
The future of Paulo Dybala at Juventus is still unclear. The Argentine striker has had a great 2019/20 season. But it seems that this is not enough to convince the club’s leadership to the full in his abilities.
The front page of today’s issue of the Turin newspaper Tuttosport is noisy – with the headline “Dybala is in the market.” As the publication writes, the Italian club is considering the option of renewing its contract with the South American in the old fashioned way. But it is still in the foreground to sell it in case they accept the desired offer.
According to “Tuttosport,” the Turinese hope to return Paul Pogba from Manchester United to Juventus with the money generated from Dybala’s transfer. The second option is to sell him to Real Madrid – at the cost of including Isco or Marco Asensio in the deal (the Spaniards will have to add money in this case).
It is noteworthy that no one long ago, the Italian media wrote about Dybala’s interest on behalf of the Royal Club. The new head coach of “Bianconeri” Andrea Pirlo likes the Spanish midfielder Isco very much.
Following speculation that Dybala could leave the club, Gazzetta Dello Sport has launched a poll to determine whether Juventus should let the Argentine go. 64.2% of respondents think that Juve should not sell Paulo.