Liverpool and Man United are reportedly among the teams eyeing up a transfer deal for Juventus star Paulo Dybala. This is according to Goal, who also list Real Madrid and Barcelona as possible suitors for Argentina international as his future with his current club continues to look in some doubt.
Bianconeri have still not managed to tie Paulo down to a new deal and it looks it could still be some time before his situation is fully resolved. Old Lady don’t exactly seem in a desperate hurry to get Dybala to sign either, with club chief Fabio Paratici quoted by Goal as saying negotiations could happen over the next few months.
The Merseyside giants would do well to pounce on the 27-year-old attacker’s availability if the chance arises, with the Reds in need of a bit of a shake-up in attack after a hugely disappointing campaign.
Despite the previous success of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino, all the best teams need to keep things fresh, and Firmino’s form has taken a particularly worrying dip in recent times.
Red Devils, meanwhile, also lack options up front as Anthony Martial and Mason Greenwood go through a difficult spell, while Edinson Cavani is surely not a long-term option.