Because less players equal more space to pass and move


Italian football giants Juventus have some ideas on how to replace Argentine forward Paulo Dybala who's time at the club might be coming to an end. The Argentine international has six months left on his current contract with the Italian football team and the latest reports coming out of the media in Italy claimed that the player has not reached an agreement with the Old Lady and he could leave the club in the summer when his contract ends.

As things stand, the 28-year-old is set to leave after seven years at the Italian football team. Juventus signed Dybala from Palermo in the summer of 2015. Dybala is attracting the interest of several clubs on the European football scene and they could snap him up on a free transfer after the failure to agree a contract renewal at Juventus. Italian champions Inter Milan are one of the European teams keen on signing him. Inter manager Simone Inzaghi is said to be a big fan of the petite Argentine attacker.

Italian football publication Tuttosport claimed that Juventus have two ideas on replacing Dybala and it includes French World Cup winner Paul Pogbawho's in a similar situation as Dybala at Manchester United. Pogba has six months left on his current deal with the Red Devils. The Frenchman is currently on the treatment table after he sustained an injury on national team duty. Fiorentina striker DusanVlahovic is another idea of a replacement for Dybala. The exit of Dybala will definitely free up space on the wage bill at Juventus to pave way for the arrival of a top player.

Another Italian publication in La Gazzettadello Sport reported that Juventus also like the idea of Liverpool's DivockOrigi or Manchester United’s Anthony Martial. French international Martial has already informed Manchester United officials that he wants to leave the club. Martial is more accessible than Origi for a transfer.