In an exclusive interview with GiveMeSport, Fabrizio Romano has revealed he believes Paulo Dybala could leave Juventus this summer with his contract set to expire with the Old Lady next summer.
Dybala has been linked with a whole host of Premier League clubs including Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur, as well as Liverpool, as Juventus look to balance their books with Cristiano Ronaldo’s future also uncertain in Turin.
Should Dybala leave Juventus?
It was only in 2019 when Dybala was on the verge of singing for Spurs and it seemed the move was going to go through before a failure to agree on personal terms and image rights scuppered the move.
Speaking on why Juventus may have to sell Dybala this summer and what price clubs may find difficult to pay, Romano told GiveMeSport:
“I think he could leave Juventus this season as he hasn’t been playing, has had a lot of injuries and a lot of problems. So it’s the right time for Juventus to sell him.
“Juventus also have no agreement on his contract which is expiring in one season so they need to decide if they will be extending the contract or selling him, that’s why I think Dybala could leave the club.
“In the Premier League he has a lot of clubs interested, but no one has opened talks for Dybala and Juventus have to find a solution as it’s not easy for clubs to pay £50-60 million this summer.”
Dybala has only started eight games this season which has coincided with Juventus losing their grip on the Serie A as they find themselves behind both the Milan clubs.
Under new manager Andrea Pirlo, Dybala has seen his minutes limited with Alvaro Morata favoured to the Argentine as he can be more of a focal point.