United Handed Boost In Signing Dybala After His Agent Admits He Wants To Quit Juventus

Paulo Dybala could be ready to quit Juventus in the summer after his brother and agent admitted that his time in Turin might have come to an end.

The 25-year-old Argentine forward has failed to have the same impact at the Old Lady as he did last season, with Gustavo Dybala suggesting that his brother could be looking to leave the Serie A champions.

"Yes, there is a good chance he'll leave Juventus. Absolutely. He needs a change," he told Futbolemico (via Football Italia).

"I can't say where he'll go, but there is a strong chance Paulo will leave. Of course, he's not happy there. Paulo's not the only one, as many players are uncomfortable at Juve.

"He won't be the [only] one who will leave the Bianconeri this summer."

Dybala, who has been heavily linked with the likes of Manchester United and Liverpool, has not had an issue with Cristiano Ronaldo, according to Gustavo.

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Credit: PA

Instead, the Juventus star's brother suggested that it was more down to Juve boss Massimiliano Allegri and the way in which he has used both Dybala and Ronaldo in his tactics.

"Cristiano is a great person and he never had problems with him. They have a good rapport," he explained.

"There were a few misunderstandings tactically, as let's not forget they have similar positions."

The Argentina international signed for the Italian club back in 2015 from Palermo and has made over 100 appearances for Juventus.

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Credit: PA

Stats from Transfermarkt show that Dybala has made 40 appearances across all competitions for his club this season, scoring ten times and assisting six times.

Compared to the 2017-18 campaign -- prior to Ronaldo's arrival at the club -- he made 46 appearances across all competitions and scored 26 times and assisted on seven occasions.

Should Dybala leave Juventus? If so, which club should sign him in the transfer window?

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