Paulo Dybala will leave Juventus in January and already has offers from clubs in Spain and England, according to Palermo owner Maurizio Zamparini
The Juventus and Argentina forward is reportedly deciding between a transfer to England or Spain as he closes in on a move from the Allegri’s side.
Dybala has been target for Premier League side Manchester United over the past 18 months, as well as La Liga giants Barcelona and Real Madrid.
Italian champions Juve have previously been reluctant to do business with any of their European rivals, but the 24-year-old has been cast aside since Cristiano Ronaldo arrived from Madrid in the summer.
After playing just 10 minutes of the Bianconeri’s last two matches, The Mirror suggests that the Argentina international will now be granted his wish to leave in January.
“Two years ago, I sent Dybala a message and advised him to go to Spain, not Italy,” he told RMC Sport.
“He’ll leave, because Juventus want to get €120m. In January, I think he’ll leave for Spain. He has offers in Spain and England.”
Manchester United are also said to be considering an offer, possibly as part of a deal that would see Paul Pogba return to Turin.