‘Champion’ Paulo Dybala should leave Juventus for Real Madrid in January, insists former Palermo chief… as he insists forward is the ‘new Lionel Messi’ despite being 26 years old!
- Juventus’ Paulo Dybala should try to seal a switch to Real Madrid this winter
- Argentine has been linked with a move away with contract set to expire in 2022
- Forward has been told by ex-Palermo chief Maurizio Zamparini to move to Spain
The Argentine has been linked with a move away with his contract set to expire in the summer of 2022 and LaLiga giants Real have been long-term admirers of Dybala.
Juventus’Paulo Dybala should leave for Real Madrid this winter, insists former Palermo chief
Maurizio Zamparini insisted that Dybala is the ‘new Lionel Messi’ despite being 26 years old
The former Palermo president has also insisted that Dybala is the ‘new Lionel Messi’ despite being 26 years old, seven years younger than the Barcelona star.
‘I am still convinced that he is the new Messi. Dybala, as well as a champion, is a very good guy. And I can’t understand why many insiders tend to forget him,’ he told Tuttosport.
‘That Dybala is not a starter in Serie A is a blasphemy. Paulo should have followed my advice three years ago, to move away from Turin.
Dybala, who has been at Juve since 2015, has been told by Zamparini (above) to move to Spain
‘I told him clearly: “Paulo, for your own sake, you must leave Juventus”. His football is fantasy [and is best suited to] Spain, at either Barcelona or Real Madrid.
‘The advice I give him today is the same: “Paulo, leave Juventus and go to Real Madrid”. Maybe as early as January. It would be a deal [that is good] for everyone.’
Dybala has struggled for game time under new Juve boss Andrea Pirlo this season, making just three starts. Real would reportedly consider a swap deal involving Isco and Vinicius for Dybala.
Zinedine Zidane has been a long-time admirer of Dybala and is keen to bring him to Bernabeu
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