Paulo Dybala set to dump Juventus at the end of this season

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However, it is United who appear to be at the head of the queue even if they can not offer him Champions League football next season.

Dybala's brother Gustavo, who is also his agent, has spoken about his brother's unhappiness at the Juventus Stadium, and partly credits the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo as a reason for leaving, claiming the Portugal global has stifled him in Turin.

But despite Ronaldo's arrival in Turin, Gustavo Dybala insists his brother has a strong relationship with Juventus' record signing.

"However, our sources are telling us and the information we have is that in fact United have agreed in principle to pay the 100m euros (£86m) buyout clause that it would take to get Dybala out of Juventus".

Dybala has scored just five goals in 28 Serie A games for Max Allegri's side this season.

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But while the managerial situation appears uncertain, Dybala's own circumstances do not according to his brother, who claims "The Jewel" may look to leave the club when the season concludes.

"Paulo's not the only one, there are many players who are uncomfortable at Juve".

As a result of Cristiano Ronaldo's arrival at Juventus, Dybala has endured a mixed season that saw him drop in and out of the team. "He needs a change, he was very much at ease in Italy but now he is no longer", Gustavo said in an interview with Radio Impacto show Futbolemico.

He further added that Dybala might not be the only one who will leave the Italian giants.

The latest club to emerge from the rumour mill is Atletico Madrid, who will be desperate to find a forward as potent and lethal Griezmann, who has already revealed he will leave the Wanda Metropolitano. "The problems are on the field". However, that's unlikely to happen given where they're looking in terms of recruitment this summer.

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