Juventus forward Paulo Dybala has 'problems' on the field and is 'not the only one who'll leave' the Serie A champions in the next transfer window.
Dybala, 25, has suffered a dramatic fall from grace at Juve this season, often finding himself on the bench under manager Massimiliano Allegri - just a season after being their attacking talisman.
With only five goals in 28 games in Serie A this season, reports in Italy suggested the Argentine suffered problems with the arrival of five-time Ballon d'Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo.
However in an interview with Radio Impact Cordoba his agent and brother Gustavo Dybala claims the problems are not personal.
"There's no problems with [Ronaldo] off the field, the problems are on it," Gustavo Dybala said. "You cannot beat [Ronaldo] and Paulo is young.
"There are many possibilities that Paulo leaves Juve, he needs a change. He's not happy and he's not the only one who'll leave.
"Many players are unhappy at Juventus, not just Paulo. He was very comfortable in Italy, but now he's not."