If Juventus can't keep both Paul Pogba and Paulo Dybala, who should be sold?

Despite it being a year of transition for Juventus in which they lost three stars and saw the arrival of nine new first team players, the Bianconeri are simply unstoppable in their domestic adventures. Not even the arrival of a practically new front line and the temporary loss of identity earlier this season has dented their ability to overcome whomever they face in Italy.

Possessing a fine back-line, the creative midfielder Paul Pogba and the extraordinary striker Paulo Dybala, Juventus will undoubtedly have to fight hard to keep hold of their best players this summer, and perhaps the time has come to accept the exorbitant amounts offered for Pogba. While the youngster has proved essential to coach Max Allegri's tactics, doing well to overlap the forward who drops deep to offer a threat, not to mention the perfect passes he provides to facilitate the game for those ahead of him, €100m may just be too good an offer to refuse.

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