Juventus attacker Paulo Dybala could miss out on the Champions League this season after club manager Maurizio Sarri doubted his participation according to Sky Sports.
Argentina national team star Dybala came close to leaving Juventus this summer with Premier League clubs like Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur but the two teams were unable to pull off a deal for him.
Sarri told reporters that he will have a discussion with Paulo Dybala on the possibility of him missing out on Juventus’ Champions League party.
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The Premier League transfer window has closed but the transfer market is still open in the other major European leagues and Paulo Dybala could still leave the Italian champions.
Dybala is surplus to requirements at Juventus under the new management of Maurizio Sarri though he could still stay at the club for the new season.
Juventus have a big issue with their Champions League squad as they have to trim it from 31 players to 25 players and Dybala could be one of the casualties.
In addition, Juventus must name four players educated at the club and eight players educated in Italy.
Italian Serie A Champions Juventus are one the favourites to win the Champions League title this season.