Someone close to Juventus forward Paulo Dybala has reportedly claimed the Argentine could very well move to Spain in the January transfer window.
Dybala has found himself on the bench for both club and country in recent times, despite being widely considered to be among the most talented players in world football.
With the player having previously been linked with FC Barcelona and Real Madrid, Maurizio Zamparini, the owner the 24-year-old's previous club Palermo, has now claimed he instructed the Argentine to move to the Spanish top flight at some point, and believes the forward will now do so at the turn of the year.
"Every time he is out of the starting XI, I want to cry," he told RMC.
"He is on the bench because of (Juve manager Massimiliano) Allegri. Allegri should come to Palermo and win the Scudetto. Two years ago, I sent him, Dybala, a message and advised him to go to Spain and not Italy.
"He will go, because Juventus want €120 million. In January, I think that he will go to Spain. He has offers from Spain and England.
"Juventus have a lot of big players and obviously it makes you want to cry when you see a phenomenon like him not playing."
Dybala has played just 100 minutes for Juventus so far this season, and played just 36 minutes over two matches for his country during the latest the international break.
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