A former Liverpool player has advised Juventus star Paulo Dybala to reject a move to Manchester United and remain with the Serie A champions.
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Dybala has been heavily linked with a move to the Red Devils in a swap deal that would see Romelu Lukaku go the other way.
Reports in Italy claim the Argentina international is not part of Maurizio Sarri's plans for the upcoming season, but former Reds defender Andrea Dossena feels Dybala should stay in Turin as United are not ready to compete in Europe yet.
"It’s all in his head," the Italian told Tuttomercato Web.
"Obviously if he had to choose to leave Juve to go to United, I’m sure he would make himself available to the new club and could benefit from the atmosphere in the Premier League.
"It is certainly not a simple choice anyway, going away from Juventus is tough."
"We are talking about another world football superpower, but United are not ready to win big in Europe so he may as well stay at Juve, hence his vacillations," said the 37-year-old who left Liverpool for Napoli in 2010 and later made a loan move to Palermo, where he played with Dybala.
"If the team in question had been Liverpool or Manchester City , in my opinion he would have had no doubts.
"United are more of a construction site at the moment, and for this reason I understand indecision - I too would be 50/50."
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