Discussing the ongoing contract discussion between the club and the Argentine, the former Juve centre forward said: “It is clear that this is the main problem, but if he really asked for €14-15 million at a time like this…”
It was then that Toni suggested Dybala has never shown the ability to be a leader in Turin, despite his undoubted quality.
“This guy has great potential, but he has never shown that he is the leader of Juventus,” he added. “I don’t know if this is due to the presence of [Cristiano] Ronaldo.”
Much has been made of the striker situation at Juventus, so whether Ronaldo stays or not could have a big effect on Dybala’s future.