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18/05/2019 - 17:18 GMT

Liverpool and Man Utd Target Paulo Dybala Waiting On Juventus

 




Manchester United and Liverpool linked forward Paulo Dybala is waiting for a call from the Juventus hierarchy over his future at the club.

Dybala's future at Italian champions Juventus is up in the air amid a season where he scored just ten goals and provided six assists in 40 appearances.
 
 



Manchester United and Bayern Munich are reportedly keeping close tabs on developments, while Liverpool have been linked with a potential bid.

Dybala was one of the players Massimiliano Allegri was ready to sell, but with the coach leaving Juventus, there is little clarity over what the Italian champions want to do this summer.

 


And according to Italian daily Gazzetta dello Sport, the player and his representatives are eagerly waiting for a call from Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici to discover what the Bianconeri are planning.



The Argentine was likely to leave the club if Allegri had stayed, but at the moment it seems less obvious that he will be at a new club next season.

Juventus are yet to take a final call and they are unlikely to reach a decision until they appoint a new coach.

 


For the moment, Dybala and his entourage are waiting for the Italian champions to make up their minds.