Juventus striker Paulo Dybala is likely to leave the team in the summer transfer window.
According to Corriere Dello Sport, the Turin club’s management in the person of vice-president Pavel Nedved decided to sell the 27-year-old football player. Paulo will be put on a transfer ahead of the summer off-season.
Dybala has been defending the colours of Juventus since 2015 and previously played for Palermo in his homeland, Argentina. This season, the striker took part in 11 matches of the Italian Serie A (in 8 he was in the starting line-up), in which he scored two goals and gave two assists. “Bianconeri”, having scored 55 points in 27 rounds, occupy third place in the championship standings.
Earlier it was reported that Barcelona and Juventus are preparing to exchange striker Antoine Griezmann for Dibala.