Former Arsenal target Dybala said to be set for January move

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The former Palermo forward is not experiencing the best of time with Juventus he was dropped in the last three Serie A games, the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo has threatened his place under Massimiliano Allegri. Juventus have plenty of champions and obviously it's hard for them all to play.

One player that appears to be on the market and would radicalise the Reds' side is Paulo Dybala.

He also claimed that Dybala already has offers on the table from a few Spanish clubs.

"Every time he is out of the starting eleven, I want to cry", said the owner of Palermo, Mauricio Zamparini, when he spoke to RMC about Paulo Dybala.

That move could drive Dybala to the Premier League.

"He's on the bench because of Allegri".

Dybala played against Chievo in Juventus' first game of the season, but he has only appeared for 10 minutes in the Old Lady's last two encounters.

"It's easy for him to become the phenomenon, and I sent Dybala a message two years ago to advise him to go to Spain, where he can play football, and not to continue on the bench in Italy".

"He'll leave, because Juventus want to get €120million (£106million)".

The Palermo chief believes that he'll leave for Spain but that won't stop Liverpool poking their heads around if they hold an interest in Dybala.

His impressive form reportedly caught the eye of Real Madrid, who this summer were on the lookout for a marquee signing to replace Cristiano Ronaldo.

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.

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