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Dybala names reasons to leave Juventus

Dybala's reasons to leave Juventus revealed amid Man United links

August 1, 2019 By Oscar Rojas
The Argentine footballer has been linked to a move away from the bianconeri, but his massive wage demands have stalled all negotiations.

Paulo Dybala is done with Juventus, The club and Maurizio Sarri are aware of his intentions, and so is his inner circle.

The Argentine footballer is keen on leaving the team, mainly due to his lack of playing time last season and for the club's lack of touch when discussing his future. Dybala has been linked to Manchester United in the past few days, but his wage demands placed the deal on hold.

Information collected by Italian website Il Bianconero, Dybala has shared his views on his future with close friends, stating to them that he feels betrayed by the Serie A champions. The final insult Dybala took from Juve was an omission by Maurizio Sarri in a recent interview, where he forgot to mention his name as a key player for the bianconeri in the 2019-20 season.

The footballer had his worst season with Juventus since he joined the Serie A winners, scoring only ten goals and handing out six assists in 42 games.

Tottenham Hotspur and Inter Milan have also shown interest in the player's services, and even if some believe that any of those teams would be a step backwards in his career, Dybala seems to be OK with any of those transfers, since he will be able to play UEFA Champions League games, something he wouldn't be able to do at Manchester United.

The Argentine has been tipped to have a meeting with Maurizio Sarri before the end of the week, where the main topic of discussion will be the player's future. Only time will tell if the footballer will leave Juventus, but just like Paul Pogba at Manchester United, the bianconeri would be forced to keep a wantaway player around if negotiations continue their current path.

 

 

 


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