Former Inter midfielder Liam Brady has said that Juventus have not been unfair in their treatment of Argentine forward Paulo Dybala, according to a report in the Italian media today.
Speaking during an interview with La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Irish former footballer who played for both Inter and Juventus in his time spoke about the contract situation surrounding Paulo Dybala.
He feels that Juventus have got a new project and does not think they have acted unfairly towards Paulo Dybala by not giving him the contract that he wants.
“I understand Juve, they have a project for a new team and I don’t think it was unfair to Dybala.”
Paulo Dybala said earlier in the season that he would not be the penalty taker anymore but when given a situation where he has a decisive penalty on the final day of the season, Liam Brady said: “Accept it and score. Show that you are a champion and a professional.”
Inter and Juventus face each other at the Allianz Stadium this Sunday and despite thinking they are good team, Liam Brady thinks AC Milan will win the title.
“Well, they are strong teams, even if it seems to me that Milan now have a 50% chance of winning the Scudetto. But I am pleased to see Napoli up there and don’t take Juve as a joke.”