Paris Saint-Germain are looking to succeed where Tottenham failed, as the French giants are preparing to offer €12m per year for Juventus forward Paolo Dybala.
Dybala’s future has been one of the most engrossing aspects of this summer’s transfer window, but with the Premier League now ruled out as a potential landing spot, Juventus are reportedly keen to offload the Argentine to PSG to keep him from the clutches of Serie A rivals Inter Milan.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport (via SportItalia), a five-year deal could be in the works with the player set to earn €12m annually.
The striker’s future at Juventus appears to be on borrowed time with the player having major concerns about his playing time under new boss Maurizio Sarri.
The Turin club were willing to sell Dybala to Tottenham after the London club reportedly bid €70 million, but Spurs supremo Daniel Levy vetoed the move in favour of signing Real Betis’ Giovani Lo Celso.
With the rest of the other major European leagues’ windows still open, PSG could swoop for Dybala to play alongside, or replace Brazilian talisman Neymar who continues to be linked with a return to Spain with Real Madrid or Barcelona.
A move to PSG would satisfy Juventus bosses after the report goes on to claim that relations between Juve and Inter have soured further over the transfer sagas of Mauro Icardi and Romelu Lukaku respectively.