Manchester City want to sign Juventus hotshot Paulo Dybala, but face competition from Barcelona and Bayern Munich.
Juventus only signed Dybala from Palermo last summer, in a deal which could eventually rise to over £30million.
The striker has developed into one of the most potent attackers in Serie A over the last two campaigns.
In his final season at Palermo, the 22-year-old registered 13 goals in 10 assists, while this term he has already notched 16 goals and 8 assists in all competitions.
21 – Paulo Dybala is the youngest player who had a hand in 21+ goals (13 goals, 8 assists) this season over the top-5 European leagues. Star
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Dybala’s form has caught the eye of a number of clubs, with Italian publication Gazzetta dello Sport reporting Carlo Ancelotti has made the Argentina international his number one target for when he takes over at Bayern Munich in the summer.
And according to talkSPORT, Manchester City and Barcelona are also interested in Dybala, and believe their wealth can tempt Juventus into selling.
Juve, who are two points off top spot in Serie A, remain confident they will keep hold of their top scorer, who has four years left on his deal in Turin.