Manchester City, Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur, and Inter have been linked with Juventus’ Paulo Dybala. Dybala, 28, is in the final six months of his contract now and could potentially leave Turin on a Bosman. This comes as per La Gazzetta dello Sport.
It was not long before that the Argentinian winger had reached an agreement with Juventus over a new contract. The agreement though was never acted upon and it is understood that the former Serie A champions will return to the negotiating table and offer a revised, lower offer to Dybala.
The source also understands that Dybala had reached an agreement with his current club which would pay him €10 million per season.
The 28-year-old has played 277 games for the Bianconeri and has got an impressive goal tally of 111 goals, supplemented by 46 assists. He has truly established himself as a vital cog in the Juve attack.
Manchester City recently sold Ferran Torres to Barcelona for €55 million. The Cityzens though managed to sign the River Plate striker, Julian Alvarez. The understanding is that Alvarez will play the rest of the season for his current club before making the trip to Manchester.
However, there is no guarantee that City will not loan him next summer as well. Having said that, Dybala arriving on a Bosman to the Etihad will be a steal and will offer extra depth, with Riyad Mahrez entering his 30s.
The defending Premier League champions could use their financial muscle to sign the Argentinian star. The likes of Raheem Sterling and Bernardo Silva have also been linked with a move off-late, with the Englishman recently having re-registered his place in the XI.
Silva on the other hand simply wants a change of scenario. The versatile Portuguese midfielder has been City’s best player but has refused to give a clear answer about his future.
While the Sky Blues can legally negotiate a pre-transfer agreement with Dybala, do you think City should sign the Juve forward?