Paulo Dybala’s brother claims striker wants Juventus exit

Paulo Dybala’s brother claims striker wants Juventus exit

Dybala's brother says he has problems with Ronaldo, not off the field, but on the field. Paulo is not the only one, as many other players are now feeling uncomfortable at Juve.

The Argentine has fallen down the pecking order at Juve this season following the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo last summer.

Dybala could well be on his way out after a frustrating season in Turin, which may come as a surprise to many considering the Argentine netted 22 goals in 33 Serie A games in 2017/18.

Speaking to Radio Impacto Cordoba, as reported by Bleacher Report, Gustavo Dybala revealed that the Argentinian worldwide needs to move away from Turin after a disappointing season.

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Besides, Diego Simeone sees him as a direct replacement for Antoine Griezmann, who looks certain to join Barcelona.

Dybala has been named in the Serie A Team of the Year for the past three seasons, but his exploits have waned under Massimiliano Allegri this term, with the Old Lady clinching just the single piece of silverware.

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"He was very comfortable in Italy but he isn't any more - like many other Juventus players".

He further added that Dybala might not be the only one who will leave the Italian giants.

On Ronaldo, the agent told Radio Impacto Cordoba: 'Problem with Ronaldo? "The problems are on the field".

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It's also stated that Bayern Munich made the same approach so should Manchester United's desire become more serious, they may have a fight on their hands.

Dybala has been continuously linked with a move away from Juventus recently with Manchester United and Atletico Madrid emerging as favourites for his signature. "He is not the only one who will leave".

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