Paulo Dybala appears to be living his last month as a Juventus player. The Argentinian striker was linked with several teams over the summer, but none of them could actually land Dybala, who is staying with Juventus at least until January.
Reports from Italy suggest that Paulo hasn’t earned the trust of Maurizio Sarri, who has told the team’s hierarchy to sell Dybala in the winter transfer window. As per Corriere dello Sport (via Sky Sports), Sarri doesn’t think Dybala has to play in the same attack as Cristiano Ronaldo.
This leaves no option for Juventus and their boss, who are planning on giving Dybala some playing time in order to regain all the interest the Argentinian ace had during the summer. He was part of the starting lineup in Juve’s win over Hellas Verona on Saturday, showing good things that may help him find new suitors for his services.
Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur were two teams linked with Dybala, but it looks like both sides decided to end their pursuit because of money issues. However, things could be different in January for the 25-year-old, who still has a lot to prove and the quality to do so anywhere he goes.
Maybe, if he keeps showing good things on the pitch, Sarri would change his mind on this guy, but that doesn’t seem to be the case. It’s about compatibility with Cristiano, and that’s something he can’t change.
Still, this guy has a great condition and is young, so the sky's the limit for him. Wherever he decides to go, Dybala will have a great chance to become a huge figure, but we have to wait until January to see if that really happens.