Former AC Milan and Roma coach Fabio Capello has urged Juventus forward Paulo Dybala to reject the advances of other teams and remain at the club, even if it means taking a wage cut.
The Argentina international is out of contract this summer and appears set to leave the Allianz Stadium after failing to reach an agreement on a new deal, with Inter amongst the clubs chasing him.
However, Capello urged Dybala to reconsider his future and extend his stay with the Bianconeri to prove himself, even if he could earn more elsewhere.
“He wants some revenge (against Juventus), and a lot of it,” the ex-Bianconeri coach told La Gazzetta dello Sport.
“But if I still a player I would stay at Juventus, even if it meant earning much less, just to get that satisfaction.”
Dybala joined Juventus from Palermo in 2015 and has scored 113 goals in 287 appearances, whilst his stint with the club has yielded five Serie A titles.