The Argentine was left on the bench for the Serie A game against Crotone.
Paulo Dybala has been left disappointed after being left out of the playing 11 for the match against Crotone.
According to reports, Dvbala confronted Juventus Chief Fabio Paratici after the game to make his feelings clear about Andrea Pirlo’s decision to leave him behind.
However, prior to the start, Pirlo stated that the Argentine had hardly trained to play the entire game. Juve would draw the game 1-1.
Dybala hasn’t made a single start to the season due to fitness issues, though, it looks like Pirlo is favouring the youngsters Dejan Kulusevski and Federico Chiesa, with both making good impressions thus far.
Chiesa’s dream debut – where he assisted for Morata’s goal – turned into a nightmare when he was sent off midway through the game.
However, Dybala is expected to get his nod in the Champions League game against Dynamo Kyiv tomorrow.
Earlier, it has been reported that Chelsea are keeping tabs on the 26-year-old ahead of possible transfer next summer. Dybala would also consider the move if he doesn’t find him as a permanent starter under Pirlo.
Dybala was instrumental behind Juventus winning the Serie A title last season, eventually getting named as the league’s MVP.
Pirlo has called for his side to show maturity following their disappointing draw against Crotone.
The former Italian international has so far led the Bianconeri to a win and two draws in his first year as the manager.