All last summer Palermo striker Paulo Dybala was being linked with a move to either Arsenal or Manchester United, but in the end the 21-year-old Serie A star decided to remain in Italy and join championship winning side Juventus.
This decision now has Dybala’s former club president from Palermo, Mauizio Zamparini, saying that the Argentinian made the wrong decision after seeing him being misused in Turin according to the Daily Star.
The Palermo club president is blaming Juventus trainer Massimilano Allegri for Dybala’s poor form since moving to the mainland saying: ‘I’m really annoyed with Allegri because he’s ruining a champion.
‘Dybala personifies football, Allegri doesn’t.
‘I’ve written to Paulo telling him to ask Juve to send him elsewhere.’
Dybala is a true talent who could, should United or Arsenal try and sign him in January make a big impact at either club.