AC Milan are monitoring the situation surrounding Paulo Dybala who could leave Juventus this summer, according to a report.
According to the latest from La Repubblica (via MilanNews), it could be the ‘summer of revolution’ at Juventus and the many changes could also involve Milan. In particular, the Bianconeri could sell those players who have not been protagonists this season and among these there is also Dybala.
The Argentina international played just 20 times in Serie A last season, scoring four goals, but before that he did not have a great relationship with Max Allegri who has returned to the club to replace Andrea Pirlo.
The coexistence of Allegri and Dybala at Juve next season is not impossible but neither is it taken for granted, and that is why Milan – like other clubs – are monitoring the situation in case the opportunity rises to land a No.10 of quality, especially given Calhanoglu’s contract situation.