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Juventus finds a potential replacement for Dybala in Serie A

January 18, 2022 - 10:30 am

Juventus is interested in signing Nicolo Zaniolo as they face uncertainty in keeping Paulo Dybala.

Dybala has not signed a new deal, and he can start speaking to other clubs now.

It appears that Juve will not do whatever it takes to keep him in Turin, and that has opened the door for other clubs to sign the former Palermo man.

The attacker remains a key member of the Bianconeri team, and he would leave a huge void to be filled if he departs.

Juve is hopeful the Argentinian would extend his contract with them, but they also know there is a good possibility that he might not do that.

They have started looking for alternatives and Tuttomercatoweb says they see Zaniolo as one.

The AS Roma man is one of Italy’s most exciting talents, and he is still just 22, which means he would offer Juve many more years of quality performances.

Juve FC Says

Dybala has been one of our best players in the last six seasons, and he still delivers some fine performances when he plays now.

Keeping him is what most fans would want, but we can also understand if the club doesn’t want to do everything to give him a new deal.

He is injury-prone and would be 29 by next November. Dybala is getting older, and that should reflect in his next deal.

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    Mikkel January 18, 2022 at 1:01 pm

    Give him a new deal. He’s our best player along with Chiesa.

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    JuveFella January 18, 2022 at 1:27 pm

    Funny enough “Dybala is getting older, and that should reflect in the new deal”.
    When Ronaldo was signed way to late in his career, I don’t recall same sceptisme from this site.
    In fact the applauded everything about him, despite Ronaldo made Juve worse in every way.
    & he was payed a lot more…
    (to destroy our team, club & brand = ending at a 4th place in Serie A, a joke in Europe & crashed out of Forbes Top 10 for Most Valuable Clubs/ lower brand value)

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      martinn January 18, 2022 at 2:17 pm

      have to say anyone bringing up his age is a strange one; you could argue his fitness and playing time but not his age. Although i think that`s reflected in the young player philosophy we have now so maybe that`s the thinking?

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        JuveFella January 18, 2022 at 8:44 pm

        Yes, my point
        28 is (generally) considered a good footballing age. Age can’t be the issue = bollocks..
        Injuries (this season) a fair enough concern but age…bollocks.

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    martinn January 18, 2022 at 2:15 pm

    ronaldo was a disaster signing, but zaniolo is another sicknote in waiting.

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      JuveFella January 18, 2022 at 8:57 pm

      Agree.
      Ronaldo was the biggest mistake signing in recent history – costing us loads of money & giving us nothing we hadn’t already, actually giving us less succes.
      As for Zaniolo, he has had very serious injuries already, so that would be a bit of a gamble.

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    Wayne Mallia January 18, 2022 at 2:58 pm

    So we go for a more injury prone player. Unbelievable

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    Phoenix Juve January 18, 2022 at 4:25 pm

    I actually like this signing if made. You can’t compare CR7 to Dybala. Say what you want but he gave us 25 goals a year and played darn near every minute of every game. Dybala can’t play 2/3’s of a season and it’s been that way for several seasons.

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      JuveFella January 18, 2022 at 8:39 pm

      Uhm…no
      It hasn’t. It has been that way this season & last season he had a freak season with Corona & a career threatning knee injury,
      Before that 5 seasons with 1-2 minor injuries missing 1-3 matches (or playing like 95% of the time).
      So 1 season (this one) with more injuries = several? Maybe you should get your education money refunded?

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    Christopher Galea January 18, 2022 at 8:38 pm

    Great let’s replace an injury prone player with some one who gets injured even more! Because having Ramsey for decorations is not enough. Let’s give him a massive contract so we make sure we’ll never be able to get rid of him. But when Barella was available and we needed a midfielder we got CR7.