Zamparini: Dybala will leave Juve and go to Spain in January

The Palermo president says the Argentine star is coming to La Liga

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Adrià Huertas

Palermo president Mauricio Zamparini has told RMC Sport that Paulo Dybala is heading to Spain this Christmas.

“He’s going because Juventus want to earn 120 million euros. I think he’s going to Spain in January. He has offers from Spain and England. Juve have a lot of great players and obviously when a phenomenon like him is not playing (something will be done),” said the chief of the club where Dybala played before moving to Juve.

Zamparini also criticised Juve’s management of him. “He’s on the bench because of Allegri. He should come to Palermo and win the Scudetto. Two years ago I sent him a message and told him he should go to Spain, not Italy.”

Barcelona and Real Madrid have been linked to the forward and with Cristiano Ronaldo gone there is a space at the Santiago Bernabeu.

Manchester United are also interested, especially with Paul Pogba looking to force his way back to Turin.


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