Juventus identify three stars that they could replace Dybala with

by | Jan 14, 2022 16:55

Juventus have a few ideas in mind to replace Paulo Dybala should he leave on a free transfer this summer.

The 28-year-old Argentinian forward seems set to leave Turin after seven years in the summer, not agreeing to a contract renewal with the Bianconeri. Many top clubs are keen to sign the player, with the latest reports linking Simone Inzaghi’s Inter with the former Palermo man.

As reported by Tuttosport, two ideas that Juventus have regarding possible Dybala replacements include Paul Pogba, who is destined to leave Manchester United this summer, and Dusan Vlahovic, who is shining with Fiorentina this season. The departure of the Argentinian forward would free up enough space in the club’s wage bill to sign a top player.

Another idea, La Gazzetta dello Sport reports, is Manchester United’s Anthony Martial or Liverpool’s Divock Origi. The Frenchman is ready to leave the Red Devils and so is more accessible than the Belgian forward.

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  1. Chris

    Paulo Pogba?

  2. joseph

    Joao Cancelo, Douglas Costa, CR7, Dybala.. Players with speed or technique somehow are not favoured here, Chiesa are the one we have left.

  3. Joseph

    I see bleak Juve future, just like years under Giggli-Secco before Conte arrives

  4. chris

    Also, Fiorentina would rather lose him for free to a team outside Italy than sell to Juve for 100m

  5. J

    Why not Berardi????

  6. GIO

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    Also, it’s a real possibility they will lose him to juve for free.
    Probably more possible than he go overseas for free.

  7. Milan Fan

    I’m pretty sure Pogba earns even more than Dybala.

  8. mz

    Why not bring back Schillaci and Vieri? They are available and free agents!!

  9. Ros

    That is not true. As Fiorentina always had business with Juve (even though they are rivals beyond the field). They sold Bernardeschi, Chiesa, Chiellini… There is a lot going on behind the scene.


    Pogba would be good if he can rediscover the old form he had before leaving Juve. Even if juve gets mbape and haaland together with the current best midfield of rabiot and mckennie these strikers will flop. Juve need a playmaker who controls midfield.
    As for Dybala, yeah he scored 95 goals in 7 years but he only shone in one big game against Barcelona once in CL and all other goals were against mediocre teams or penalties. his selfish game style is annoying, despite having a strong left foot. I would have preferred for Juve to have cashed on him last season when Man U came for him, and i would have loved it if Juve had sold Alex Fail Sandro for 60M few years ago when Man U came for him.
    I would love to see Lewnadowski at Juve, i would sell de light to get him.

  11. The Queens Half Corgi

    So the Super Club of Europe are thinking about Origi or Martial to replace Dybala. If he went to Inter no scudetto for a very long time and CL will arrive but by 3097. Loving the clowns who run this club.

  12. juvefan

    It seems Juve are in the lemon business these days. i think Dybala will not got to Inter, if he leaves Man U will be the most likely destination although i guess he would not think a second if Barca knocks at his door.

  13. frankie

    I don’t think so Chris otherwise they would not have sold Bernadeschi or Chiesa to Juve. If Juve decides to stump up the money for Vlahovic and that player is willing to come to Juve (which reports are clear about that) then there’s little Fiorentina can do. Sounds more like wishful thinking from you.

  14. Romano

    As Roma should sign him.

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