Updated: June 2019

Candy odds for Paulo Dybala to leave Juventus this sumer

19 June 2019

There are few things more unpredictable that football – not even the US presidential elections. Grass to grace and grace to grass are common themes when it comes to football. How else would you explain how Paulo Dybala – the Juventus golden boy – collapsing from a career high of 28 goals in the 2017/2018 season to a sparsely 7 goals in the 2018/2019 season?

Admittedly, the mega arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo has impacted negatively on the fortunes of the diminutive Argentine. Asked to play deeper to accommodate the fiery attacking prowess of Ronaldo, the former Prince of Turin was cooling off more on the bench rather than that dazzling us with his genius.

Well with Allegri gone with his sour pragmatic football and Sarri coming in with some anticipated exciting Sarri football, Dybala’s fortunes may change. But it appears Dybala is more set to move on to newer grounds.

Atletico are looking at replacing the outgoing Griezmann with him while Inter Milan are desperate to include him in a part exchange deal for outcast Mauri Icardi.

Would Paulo Dybala leave Juventus?

Here are some candy odds you should learn about from your top bookmakers:

Betfair: 11/4 for Paulo Dybala to join Man United next season

Skybet: 7/1 for Paulo Dybala to join Inter Milan next season

William Hill: 5/1 for Paulo Dybala to join Atletico Madrid next season

Paddypower : 12/1 for Paulo Dybala to join PSG next season

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