The Argentine’s future is up in the air after going down the pecking order of Andrea Pirlo.
Juventus are seemingly interested in offloading their superstar Paulo Dybala, who has been out of favour since Andrea Pirlo took over the reins.
According to reports, Premier Leagues top clubs – likes of Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Spurs, Arsenal and Liverpool – have been offered the chance to sign the Argentine forward.
Dybala often struggled with injuries this season and has only played the entire ninety minutes three times in his 6 Serie A appearances. He neither scored nor provided an assist, with Andrea Pirlo insisting him to find back his form following the poor display against Ferencvaros in the Champions League.
The Bianconeri gaffer said, “Dybala didn’t do that well, but as I said, he was injured and had to take antibiotics for weeks, so it’s natural he needs time to get back into shape.
“He does need to go beyond his limits in training to rediscover his form.”
It is quite disappointing to see Dybala undergoing a tough phase for what he had done to Juve last season and the seasons prior.
The 27-year-old was pivotal behind Juventus winning the Serie A title last season under Maurizio Sarri and eventually awarded the league’s MVP award.
Man United, Spurs and Chelsea were the clubs who have been already linked with Dybala, with the latter one said to be preparing for a mega-money move next summer.
United and Spurs were touted as the next destination when Juve tried to sell the Argentine ace in the summer of 2019.
Despite the recent dip-in form, everybody is aware of what Dybala can do when he is at his free-flowing best. It remains to be seen which club would break the banks for the Argentine ace should he leave Turin.