If reports are to be believed, Serie A giants Juventus are set to issue a warning to Paulo Dybala over the Argentine’s behaviour.
During the Old Lady’s 1-1 draw against Sporting Lisbon recently, Dybala was taken off early by Massimiliano Allegri, but the forward’s reaction to being substituted has angered the club executives.
On being taken off, Dybala left the field in a slow and annoyed manner, before going towards the bench.
Despite the player’s bad behaviour though, Juventus have decided not to punish the player with a fine and are likely to undergo talks with the player about the behaviour.
The 23-year-old Argentine has endured a frustrating run of form in the past few games, scoring only once in the club’s last eight outings and racking up only two assists on the way. He has failed to score a single Champions League goal this season, missing two penalties in all competitions.