Dybala will leave Juventus in January, claims Zamparini

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Paulo Dybala will leave Juventus in January and already has offers from clubs in Spain and England, Palermo owner Maurizio Zamparini has claimed.

While Cristiano Ronaldo spent part of the global break on holiday in St Tropez, his Juventus team mate Paulo Dybala found himself in all-too familiar surroundings on the substitutes' bench.

"Every time he is left out of the team, it makes me want to cry", said Zamparini, who is proud of the role the Sicilian club played in developing Dybala after he arrived from Argentina.

Ronaldo has played all three of the Bianconeri's Serie A fixtures - against Chievo, Lazio and Parma - while Dybala played the full 90 minutes on the opening day of the season but came on for just 10 against Parma last time out.

"Two years ago, I sent Dybala a message and advised him to go to Spain, not Italy".

Argentina worldwide Dybala has become one of Europe's most-coveted players since joining the Italian champions from Palermo in the summer of 2015.

"He's going because Juventus want to earn 120 million euros". In January, I think he'll leave for Spain.

Maurizio Zamparini is livid with how the 24-year-old player has been struggling for games since the arrival of Portugal worldwide Cristiano Ronaldo.

Since previous year, the Argentina global has been linked with a move to join fellow countryman Lionel Messi at Barcelona, but Juventus refused to agree a deal.

But Dybala could be soon on the move, with the bookies placing Real ahead of United in the race to snap up the Argentine.

It was claimed over the summer that Liverpool held talks with Juventus over a potential move.