Monday, 24 September, 2018

Paulo Dybala will leave Juventus, says Mino Raiola

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Kristopher Love | 12 September, 2017, 14:16

The two sides meet in the Champions League tonight and Dybala has started the season in sensational form with seven goals in four games.

Dybala was however talked up in the press as one of the main names Barca targeted when looking for a replacement for Neymar - with Juventus reportedly turning down a big money offer from them last month - following the Brazilian's move to PSG.

Did you spot it?

Mandzukic was pictured sharing a hug with Dybala, who was also seen mirroring a pose struck by fellow Argentine Higuain. I'm not having anyone saying that he didn't mean it either; anything Paulo Dybala produces on a football is definitely deliberate.

He doesn't believe he will be Barca bound, instead suggesting Real Madrid or the Premier League will be his most likely destination.

"I think Dybala will eventually leave Juve", Raiola told RaiSport. And when he does it, he should go to a club with a project already built which he can fit in, because he is too young to be the leader [of a team].

'For him it is hard now to enter a reformed Barcelona, but he would do well at Real Madrid, Manchester United, Manchester City or Chelsea'.

Juve boss Massimiliano Allegri said over the weekend that Dybala has the talent to match Messi and rival Cristiano Ronaldo and win the Ballon d'Or in future.

"I fear Juventus for their consistency, what they've done, how they play, that's what worries me about the team". "I know the significance of my number (10 shirt) which has a long tradition in this club's history".