Juventus star Paulo Dybala could entertain an exit plan from the Serie A Champions come January next year.

According to Palermo ex-Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini, the Argentine star should secure a move away from Juventus in a bid to unleash his full potentials.

Dybala has a contract with Juventus till the summer of 2022, with Juventus Sporting director Fabio Pratici claiming that the Argentine star is in line for a new contract at the club but Dybala’s name continues to pop up in each transfer period with interest from Paris Saint -Germain, Manchester United and Barcelona.

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The former Palermo chief told Tuttosport: “I am still convinced that he is the new Messi. Dybala, as well as a champion, is a very good guy. And I can’t understand why many insiders tend to forget him.

“That Dybala is not a starter in Serie A is a blasphemy. Paulo should have followed my advice three years ago, to move away from Turin.

“I told him clearly: ‘Paulo, for your own sake, you must leave Juventus’. His football is fantasy [and is best suited to] Spain, at either Barcelona or Real Madrid.
“But he has always told me he feels good at Juventus.”

Dybala joined Juventus from Palermo in 2015, Zamparini expects Dybala to join Real Madrid, “The advice I give him today is the same: ‘Paulo, leave Juventus and go to Real Madrid’. Maybe as early as January. It would be a deal [that is good] for everyone,” he said.

“For him and also for Juventus, who already tried to sell him two summers ago. Paulo is a champion and not a deputy. At Juventus, there is Cristiano Ronaldo, a real phenomenon, and Dybala has to go and play [against] Ronaldo in another big team.”

Real Madrid has a lot of attacking midfielders at the moment with some of the players loaned out, the likes of Dani Ceballos, Takefusa Kubo and Brahim Diaz are currently out on loan with Arsenal, Villarreal and AC Milan respectively.

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