Juventus forward Paulo Dybala has been urged by Mauricio Zamparini, president of former club Palermo, to move to La Liga.
The notoriously outspoken president urged the Argentine star, who has started only one league game so far this term at the Bianconeri, to move away from Italy.
The 24-year-old has previously been linked to both Barcelona and Real Madrid, the latter of whom were linked to the forward this summer.
“It pains me to see him not playing and this is because of Allegri,” Zamperini told an interview with RMC, as cited by Diario AS.
“Maybe if he is such a good Coach he should come to Palermo to try and win the league, and for a long time I have advised Dybala to play in Spain instead.
“He will eventually leave, as he has offers from both Spain and England, and he needs to be in a team where he is playing.”