Transfer market: Dybala is on the market

YesIt doesn’t look like the future Paulo Dybala lies far from Juventus.

The Argentine star has only a full year left to the contract and comments of the sports director of Juventus Pavel Nedved indicate that his time may expire.

He is not an undisputed starter for a coach Andrea Pirlo, and the Italian was recently supported by the club, although he has had a disappointing campaign so far.

At the same time, Juventus CFO Fabio Paratici moved on to terminating the conversation Cristiano Ronaldo leaving, making Dybala’s chances to center the initial role of the little one.

“We miss Paulo, he would guarantee us different attacking options and goals,” Nedved told DAZN.

“He has a contract for another year and I have nothing more to add to what Paratici and President Agnelli have already said.

“But it’s clear that at Juventus we value every business opportunity,” he said.

The question of the Old Lady is now who can I find to pay a healthy fee for the Argentine, because it is clear that he will not get even close to 160 million euros Barcelona on offer in 2017

The current economic climate means they would have to strive for significantly lower fees, even though Premier League clubs that lack cash are circulating.

Tottenham and Chelsea are two clubs said to be interested, while they are not expected to offer more than 45m euros.

But the possible departure of Dybala does not mean that Juventus would not look for a replacement, and they are already connected with the moves of Barcelona Antoine Griezmann and PSG Mauro Icardi.