Man Utd, Liverpool ready to pounce as 70-goal forward available for £105m

Date published: Friday 8th February 2019 4:07 - Oli Fisher

Liverpool and Manchester United are reportedly among the sides who have been alerted by the potential availability of Juventus star Paulo Dybala.

A sensational report from Don Balon (via CaughtOffside) states that Juve are aware of Dybala’s will to leave the club, with the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo having relegated him to a background role.

At 25 years old, the Argentine does not want to slow down his progression, and is unhappy with being benched by coach Max Allegri.

As a result, the Serie A champions have apparently lowered the asking price from €160million (first reported in the Italian press) to €120million, which has attracted four clubs.

The report states that Florentino Perez is considering making Dybala his new ‘Galactico’ and No.9 to help fill the void left by Ronaldo’s departure – with Karim Benzema also possibly leaving in the summer.

They are not along though, as Bayern Munich, Liverpool and Manchester United have all taken notice of the price tag for the ex-Palermo man, roughly equal to £105million.

It is possible though, Don Balon claim, that Los Blancos could have an edge by including one of Isco or Marcelo (or both) in a swap deal for Dybala.

Dybala has amassed 70 goals and 38 assists in 178 Serie A appearances for both Juve and Palermo.


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