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Agent: 'Juventus exit is likely for Paulo Dybala'

Dybala agent: 'Juventus exit is likely'
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The agent of Paulo Dybala says that the Juventus forward "is not happy" at the Allianz Stadium and is likely to move on at the end of the season.

Paulo Dybala's agent Gustavo Dybala has revealed that "there is a good chance" the Juventus forward will join a new club this summer.

The Argentina international has been linked with the likes of Atletico Madrid and Manchester United after losing his way at the Allianz Stadium this season.

Dybala has played second fiddle to Cristiano Ronaldo since the superstar forward's arrival from Real Madrid last year, scoring just 10 goals combined in Serie A and the Champions League.

Brother and agent Gustavo has now confirmed that Dybala's future appears to lie away from Turin.

"Yes, there is a good chance he'll leave Juventus. Absolutely. He needs a change," he told Argentine radio show Futbolemico. "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, there are many players who are uncomfortable at Juve. He won't be the one who will leave Juve this summer."

Douglas Costa, Miralem Pjanic and Joao Cancelo are other first-team players possibly on their way out of Juventus this summer.


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