Allegri planning without Ronaldo, Dybala included in Juve plans

Allegri: Ronaldo out, Dybala stays

With Juventus under new yet familiar management, Massimiliano Allegri has already begun work crafting his squad.

The big questions surrounding Cristiano Ronaldo’s future remains at the forefront. Allegri has though supposedly notified the club that whilst Paulo Dybala and Alvaro Morata are in his plans, the Portuguese talisman is not.

It has been known for some time that Allegri is keen on Dybala and wants the club to do what it can to keep him. The Argentine has been reduced to a secondary role after the arrival of Ronaldo but Allegri wants to seemingly restore him to his former world class iteration.

PSG interested in Ronaldo

One of the possible destinations where Ronaldo could end up is PSG.

It seemed for some time that Lionel Messi could be the man that the Parisians were after but recent reports suggest he is more likely to remain with Barcelona.

Ronaldo, now 36, would likely be a central striker with Neymar and Kylian Mbappe, should they both stay, playing either side. Neymar looks to have signed a new deal and therefore will remain in the French capital.

Meanwhile president Nasser Al Khelaifi has stood firm on the future of Mbappe who he says it is ‘impossible’ for him to leave on a free and that he will not be sold.

The possibility of Neymar, Ronaldo and Mbappe is certainly an exciting one. Will it happen is the question.

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