Dybala annoyed by transfer situation
Juventus striker Paulo Dybala is "sad and angry" at his current situation in Turin, according to Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano.
The Argentina international is being linked with a move to Manchester United as the Serie A champions try to sign Romelu Lukaku.
Dybala has been at Juventus since 2015, scoring 57 Serie A goals in 128 matches. He is set to be involved in a swap deal although Red Devils chiefs are growing frustrated by his wage demands.
The 25-year-old will miss out on Champions League football if he moves to Old Trafford and Romano claims he is not happy.
He told Transfer Talk podcast: "Dybala had a terrible season last year and he was convinced it was the fault of his relationship with former manager Massimiliano Allegri. After Allegri left the club he realised that the problem was with the club, not just the manager.
"The problem was tactical because of his role. He feels like a No.10 but Maurizio Sarri plays with a 4-3-3.
"Also Juventus need money after spending on Matthijs de Ligt and other transfers, they must sell someone.
"Dybala does not want to leave Juventus, he has always said he wants a chance to show his skills, show his best at the club.
"I am told Paulo is so sad and angry now. He was convinced he would stay and now he is considering the possibility of leaving for Manchester United."
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