Dybala has seemingly been cast aside in Turin following Cristiano Ronaldo's arrival and as reported by RMC, cited by the Mirror, one of Dybala's ex-employers says that he'll be on the move in January.
Ronaldo has failed to find the net during his first three games for Juventus following his move from Real Madrid and will continue his quest when the Serie A leaders, early leaders with nine points, host surprise early challengers Sassuolo on Sunday.
Dybala has played just 100 minutes for Juventus so far this season, and played just 36 minutes over two matches for his country during the latest the global break.
Dybala nevertheless admits he would like to be getting more regular game time, having also been left out of Argentina's matches against Guatemala and Colombia over the worldwide break - where he was forced to deny reports of a rift with interim coach Lionel Scaloni.
Dybala avoided any complaints about his situation, telling Gazzetta dello Sport: "I admit I did not start as well as past year or even in 2016". He further said that as time passess and they train together, the understanding and partnership will grow further in the coming days. We've got the whole season ahead of us.
"Every time he is left out, it makes me want to cry".
"Of course I want to get back to be playing again", he said. "He has offers in Spain and England".
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