But if the five-times World Player of the Year is feeling frustrated by his mini-drought - and his reactions on the pitch suggest he is - his worries pale in comparison to Dybala's unhappy start to the season. Despite his lack of game time, Dybala believes Ronaldo has settled in well.
Dybala avoided any complaints about his situation, telling Gazzetta dello Sport: "I admit I did not start as well as past year or even in 2016". "We just need to keep training together".
"[When I heard Ronaldo was joining] I said to myself: 'After having had the fortune of playing with [Lionel] Messi in the national team, now I have the opportunity to play with Ronaldo at Juve.' It's incredible".
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"Every time he is left out of the team, it makes me want to cry", said Zamparini, who is proud of the role the Sicilian club played in developing Dybala after he arrived from Argentina.
Dybala has found starts hard to come by this season, a fact which has led Palermo owner Maurizio Zamparini to claim the diminutive forward will leave Massimo Allegri's side in the January transfer window. "He is on the bench because of Allegri".
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"It's easy for him to become the phenomenon, and I sent Dybala a message two years ago to advise him to go to Spain, where he can play football, and not to continue on the bench in Italy".
He'll leave, because Juventus want to get €120million. He'll go because Juventus want to earn €100-120 million and I think he'll leave in January. He has offers in Spain and England.
It would still be a lot less than the fee they received for Coutinho past year. "Certainly it's regrettable to see a phenomenon like him not playing".
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