Paulo Dybala is not having a good time right now, as Massimiliano Allegri seems reluctant to give him another chance to prove his worth.
The 25-year-old striker has fallen down in Allegri's pecking order, even though Juventus are pretty much in command of the Italian Serie A and, barring a major disaster, are bound to win the title once again.
Dybala is one of the most talented and promising scorers in the world but has struggled at La Vecchia Signora since Cristiano Ronaldo took charge of the attacking front of the team, and rumors pointing towards a potential exit in the summer market are piling up by the day.
After being linked with a potential move to Real Madrid or Barcelona, it now looks like 'La Joya's' future may be at England, with Liverpool reportedly joining the race to lure the out-of-favor striker.
According to The Daily Star, Jurgen Klopp's side is keen to strengthen it's attacking front in the summer, especially considering they're about to get a lot of offers for both Sadio Mane and Mo Salah.
Nonetheless, to lure the Argentinean out of Turin to bring him to Merseyside is not going to be an easy task for Klopp and company, as he's still under contract until 2022, and they're likely going to have to make a huge bid in order to convince the Bianconeri to give up on him right now.
Moreover, Juventus are rumored to part ways with Allegri at the end of the season even if they wind up on top of the UEFA Champions League this year, and a change of direction may favor the leftie.
So far, Dybala has scored 77 goals and 31 assists in 175 caps for Juventus, since arriving from Palermo 4 years ago, and would be a major boost for any team that winds up making a run at him.