Paulo Dybala has been part of Juventus for almost 5 years. He joined the club in summer 2015 and since then he becomes one of the most important players in La Vecchia Signora squad. But recently it mentioned that Paulo Dybala is not a part of Juventus's long-term plan, therefore they put Paulo Dybala's name on the to-sell list for this summer transfer window.
Paulo Dybala has struggled to maintain a regular starting position for this season. He deemed surplus to requirements in the summer, despite the fact he's having scored 10 goals in 37 appearances this season. In the same time, Manchester United have been linked with Paulo Dybala in the past and are also credited with an interest in Felix, along with Manchester City, Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, and Barcelona.
One of the reasons in Paulo Dybala's slump this season is the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo last summer. With Cristiano Ronaldo in the squad, Massimiliano Allegri tends to push Paulo Dybala to play out of position in order to provide a position for Cristiano Ronaldo in starting line up. Slot casino Malaysia is sure, it has an impact on Paulo Dybala's performance which he cannot show his best performance. Lack of chance and the slump on his performance led him to sit quietly on the bench several times.
Paul Dybala Doesn't Want To Sit On The Bench
Paulo Dybala is regarded as one of the best players in the world and that fact is unquestionable. He's still under contract until 2022 and Juventus would have no problem finding a buyer for the Argentina international.
Just a while ago Paulo Dybala's representative is set to hold talks with Juventus about their plans for the striker. The player himself stated that he wants to stay at Juventus, but does not want to be left in the dark about Massimiliano Allegri's plans for him.
We'll soon find out what Paulo Dybala's future would be. But the most important thing is, he doesn't want to sit on the bench any more for the next year. The 25-year-old is considered as one of the best players in his generation, so it's not fair for him to sit on the bench and just seen his team played from afar. It's his time to explore his talent and grows as one of the best players in the world if Juventus didn't provide him the good environment to grow.