- Paulo Dybala is finding life difficult at Juventus so far this season
- Reports say the Argentine star has been told he must improve or be sold
- It was gathered that the 26-year-old doesn’t seem to be in the plans of the club manager Andrea Pirlo
Paulo Dybala could be shown the exit door at Juventus as reports from Italy say the forward has been handed a two-month ultimatum to prove himself or leave.
Since joining from Palermo in 2015, the Argentinean has been one of the most important players in the squad, but he is currently having a bad season.
It was gathered that the player’s mental state for the game calls for concern and it gets worse as he is also struggling with his physical form.
Sport Mediaset via Juve FC are claiming that the Dybala doesn’t seem to feature in the plans of the club manager Andrea Pirlo and he knows this.
The lingering issue over his contract renewal has also taken a toll on his performance as his officials are yet to seal an agreement with the representatives of the club.
According to the report, Dybala is more dispensable than Cristiano Ronaldo who is on a mammoth salary at the moment.
He has two months to prove his worth and perhaps also reduce his contract demands if he wants to remain at Juventus.
Dybala came on as a substitute for Cristiano Ronaldo in his side's 1-1 draw at Lazio on Sunday, November 8, but he has now been excluded from the invited players having being diagnosed with problems.
He has scored just once in six appearances for the Old Lady this campaign despite playing a key role in their title triumph last term.
However, Legit.ng earlier reported that Manchester United have been linked with Cristiano Ronaldo who could be leaving the Italian club as they are looking to get him off their wage bill.
The Portuguese star is paid £28 million yearly at the Turin club which shows he earns five times more than what Paulo Dybala gets as the second-highest earner.
Juventus officials can't wait to get that huge amount off their wage bill in a bid to remain in business beyond this term and Ronaldo could be heading back to the Premier League.
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