Dybala, 23, who has scored 49 goals in 98 appearances for Juve since his debut for the Serie A giants back in 2015, has been linked with a big-money move away from Italy in recent months.
The Argentina international went on to sign a new five-year contract in Turin back in April but Raiola believes it’s inevitable he will leave Juve at some stage.
Despite not representing Dybala, Raiola told Rai Sport: ‘In the end, Dybala will leave Juventus.
‘And if he does he should go to a team with a project already formed where he can join.
‘Because he is still too young to be the leader of a new project.
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‘I would love to see Barcelona, Real Madrid, Manchester, both City and United, but always in a big project.’