Mino Raiola suggests that Paulo Dybala could one day play for Chelsea

Mino Raiola: 'Paulo Dybala will eventually leave Juventus'

Juventus fans may no longer have to worry about their star player leaving for Barcelona, not since he said in a press conference last night that it was "hard to play with Messi". Prior to the Argentine driving towards goal and feeding the irresistible Miralem Pjanic, who slid through the inch-perfect for Higuain, when the ball was punted up the pitch, Dybala controlled the ball with his back in what can only be described as a filthy piece of play. Take the last two finals, they played the best team in the world at their best.

"Douglas Costa still needs to grasp how Italian football works and get used to defenders doubling up on him".

The former Palermo youngster has often been likened to his fellow Argentina global due to his style of play, his nationality and the fact they are both left-footed.

Only a complete change of transfer strategy could see a player like Dybala become a Blue.

Dybala has been tipped by head coach Massimiliano Allegri as the player most likely to reach the level of Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo in the coming years.

Dybala is under no illusions that he still has a lot to do to reach the Barcelona man's level, although given his incredible potential, there is no reason why he can not emulate his achievements in the game. "It could go either way but we'll have to secure qualification to the next round in the three games that come after Tuesday", he said.

"But one thing is simple". Dybala will probably be flanked by "new boy" Brazilian Douglas Costa and by experienced ball victor Stefano Sturaro in a 4-2-3-1 line-up, headed obviously by Higuain.

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