Maurizio Sarri is adamant there is no problem between himself and Paulo Dybala, insisting arguments are a usual part of work.
Much was made about Paulo Dybala’s reaction to being substituted by Maurizio Sarri.
The Juventus boss has had a time this season with his strikers getting the huff when they are hauled off the field.
First, it was Cristiano Ronaldo, and now it’s Argentine Paulo Dybala.
He insists he makes the decision that benefits the whole team and more importantly the result.
According to Football Italia Sarri maintains there is and never has been any rift between him and his players, specifically Dybala.
However, he considers arguments and disagreements all part and parcel of the everyday working world.
“I speak to Paulo every day, he’s a very pleasant boy.”
“He only asked me why I brought him off. It seems normal and not anything bad.”
“In every line of work, it happens that you argue.”