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Juventus still keen to offload Paulo Dybala – but there's a major problem

Paulo Dybala

Juventus are yet to receive any concrete bids for Paulo Dybala, report the Independent.

The Serie A champions are open to offers for the Argentina international, but Dybala doesn't seem in a hurry to leave.

The former Palermo forward rejected a move to Manchester United before the Premier League transfer window closed last week.

Dybala was also in talks over a switch to Tottenham, but that deal collapsed due to complications over the player's image rights.

Maurizio Sarri has hinted that he could leave the attacker out of his 25-man Champions League squad.

But Juve are still struggling to shift Dybala, who scored only five goals in 30 Serie A outings last term.


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