When you’re as talented as Paulo Dybala, you can pretty much have the pick of any of the top European heavyweights.
The little Argentine is not only tipped to win the Ballon d’Or in the future but is also earmarked as Lionel Messi’s most natural heir.
No pressure then.
And while Dybala seems happy at Juventus for now question marks will always persist about his long-term future.
Especially when super agent – the notorious Mino Raiola – is fuelling the fire.
Raiola insists when Dybala does eventually leave Juventus it WON’T be for either Milan club because he doesn’t ‘believe in the Milan project.’
Instead he believes the 23-year-old will instead head to either Real Madrid, Manchester United or Manchester City.
Raiola’s relationship with AC Milan also soured this summer after he pushed for a move for young goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma, but he claims he doesn’t have a problem with the board.
“I have nothing personal against (CEO Marco) Fassone and [director of sport Massimiliano) Mirabelli,” he told La Domenica Sportiva.
“I have only one problem: I don’t believe in their project for Milan.
“I think Dybala will leave Juve. It’s not easy to be a leader at his age. I’d see him doing very well at Real Madrid or in Manchester, either City or United.”
Dybala has started the 2017/18 in electric form, scoring five goals in just two appearances and he is currently the highest rated player in Serie A according to WhoScored.