Dybala will stay at Juventus until January and then move to Spain

Paulo Dybala set for January exit from Juventus – could Liverpool make a move for him?

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Pushed out of the starting XI since Cristiano Ronaldo arrived at Juventus, a move overseas seems inevitable.

While Dybala was warming the Argentina bench, Ronaldo, having been asked to be rested from Portugal's two matches, was enjoying a break in St Tropez - posting photographs on Instagram - after Allegri gave his players some time off.

Maurizio Zamparini, owner of Dybala's former club Palermo, believes the forward will be on his way very soon.

"Each time I see him dropped, I cry", Zamparini told RMC Sport.

"He's on the bench because of Allegri". Allegri should come to Palermo and try to win the Scudetto with us because it's easy to be a phenomenon at Juventus.

"He will go, because Juventus want €120 million". I think he's going to Spain in January.

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Juventus are still figuring out the best way to accommodate Ronaldo, and have loaned out Gonzalo Higuaín to AC Milan, under the premise that Mario Mandžukić will link up with their new star better than Higuaín would have.

However, any potential buyer would have to find a place for him in the team, which could be more hard than it seems, given his preference of playing as a support striker, and the favoured formations of the aforementioned clubs not including a number 10.

And he could be set to link up with his compatriot Lionel Messi at Barca in the near the future with the Spanish champions seemingly the frontrunners to secure his signature if he does move on from Juventus.

And this time previous year, he left the door open to a move to the Nou Camp when asked if he'd consider joining his global team-mate Lionel Messi in the Catalan capital.

Zamperini said yesterday that he knows Dybala has offers already on the table. "One thing is certain, though, I want to get back to Turin and work well to regain my place at Juve".

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