Manchester United and Chelsea have been put on red alert after Juventus general manager Beppe Marotta has suggested Paulo Dybala could leave the club if he decides he wants to go.
“Dybala? The player is the one that decides his fate,”If he wants to leave, it’ll be impossible to keep him.”
Dybala recently sacked his agent and replaced him with his brother, Gustavo, who lives in Barcelona himself.
He arrived at the Juventus Stadium in 2015 from Palermo for £23m, per BBC Sport, after netting thirteen goals in 35 games.
The Argentina international has now scored 30 goals across his first two Serie A seasons with Juventus and recently became the first ever player to score in all of his club’s first four games in an Italian top-flight season.
He has made ten appearances for his country but is yet to score.
Despite bing handed the iconic Juventus number ten shirt in the summer, as time ticks on it looks more likely that the forward will not be wearing the famous black and white strips of the Italian giants come the start of next season.