Italy and Juventus legend, Andrea Pirlo, has urged Argentina forward Paulo Dybala to step up his training commitment at club to the level of Cristiano Ronaldo’s in order to stand a chance of reclaiming his starting shirt.
Dybala started Juve’s opening match of the Serie A campaign against Chievo but was not involved against Lazio and was limited to only 10 minutes off the bench in the 2-1 victory over Parma prior to the international break.
The arrival of Ronaldo in Turin has led to questions over the future of the Argentina international, with reports linking him with a move to LaLiga and the Premier League.
Palermo owner Maurizio Zamparini, who sold Dybala to Juve in 2015, even claimed the forward has already received offers from Spain and England and will change clubs in January.
But Juve legend Pirlo believes he still has a future with the Bianconeri, providing he shows the same commitment as his new…
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