"Every time he is out of the starting eleven, I want to cry," said the owner of Palermo, Mauricio Zamparini, when he spoke to RMC about Paulo Dybala. The Argentine played with Zamparini's side before moving to Turin. "He is on the bench because of Allegri. Allegri should come to Palermo and win the Scudetto. Two years ago, I sent him Dybala a message and advised him to go to Spain and not Italy."
"He will go, because Juventus want €120 million. In January, I think that he will go to Spain. He has offers from Spain and England. Juventus have a lot of big players and obviously it makes you want to cry when you see a phenomenon like him not playing," he continued. Dybala was linked to Barcelona in the past and there was also talk of Madrid being interested with the striker travelling to Madrid, which raised eyebrows.
Manchester United are also considering an offer, possible as part of a deal that would send Pogba back to Turin, with the central midfielder anxious to return to the Serie A champions. That move could drive Dybala to the Premier League.