A former Italy and Serie A legend Antonio Cassano has raised question marks over Paulo Dybala’s credentials as a top player.
Dybala has been on the fringes of Andrea Pirlo’s Juventus side this season, and thus the subject of interest of English clubs like Manchester United and Arsenal.
The 27-year-old Argentina has also reportedly demanded a new Juve deal with €10 million a season, but Antonio Cassano is firmly against that idea.
"All his coaches at Juventus did not consider him necessary, so I wonder if he is a champion or a great player," he said on Twitch, as reported by Soccer Laduma.
"For me he is not a champion, he does not make the difference. He has (scored) good goals, like I saw (Antonio) Di Natale and (Lorenzo) Insigne do.
"But if you want to take Juventus' No.10 (shirt), you have to be at a higher level.
"I have the feeling that, when they put pressure on him, he s**** himself!
"And then he asks for €10m per season? Oh, please!,” concluded the former AC Milan, Inter and Real Madrid striker.
Meanwhile, Dybala has delivered three three goals in 14 appearances in 2020/21.