Cristiano Ronaldo and Paulo Dybala suffer contrasting fortunes


Argentina worldwide Paulo Dybala has been told by Palermo owner Maurizio Zamparini to leave Italian champions Juventus when the January 2019 transfer window opens.

Juventus forward Paulo Dybala says things are going "brilliantly" with Cristiano Ronaldo, even if neither have scored a goal yet this season.

"He has offers from Spain and England, and Juventus have many champions so it's hard to play all of them at once".

I said the same after I had the chance to play with Messi for Argentina, now I have the chance to play with Ronaldo at Juventus. Dybala on the bench because of Allegri.

If he does leave, he would not be short of suitors, with Barcelona, Real Madrid and Manchester United all showing interest in the past.

Zamparini said it was "all down to" Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri and added: "I sent a message to Dybala two years ago, advising him to go to Spain, where they play football, and not stay in Italy".

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"He will go, because Juventus want €120 million".

He also claimed that Dybala already has offers on the table from a few Spanish clubs. In January, I think he'll leave for Spain.

While Ronaldo has played in every minute for Juventus in the Seria A this season, Dybala has only played two games for the Old Lady (Against Parma, he came off the bench and played for 1o minutes).

That move could drive Dybala to the Premier League.

Since past year, the Argentina worldwide has been linked with a move to join fellow countryman Lionel Messi at Barcelona, but Juventus refused to agree a deal.

It was claimed over the summer that Liverpool held talks with Juventus over a potential move.