Liverpool and Manchester United are among the sides who have been alerted by the decrease of Paulo Dybala’s asking price.
Don Balon states that Juventus are aware of the 25-year-old striker will to leave the club, with the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo having relegated him to a background role and has started more games right winger.
The Argentina international does not want to slow down his progress and is unhappy with being benched by Massimilano Allegri.
As a result, the Italian champions have lowered the asking price from €160 million to €120 million, which has attracted four European heavyweights.
The report adds that Florentino Perez is considering making Paulo Dybala his new ‘Galactico’ and No.9 to help fill the void left by the Portuguese superstar’s departure – with Karim Benzema also possibly leaving in the summer transfer window.
They are not along though, as Liverpool, Manchester United and Bayern Munich have all taken notice of the price tag for the ex-Palermo star, equal to £105 million.
It is possible though, Don Balon claim, that European Champions could have an edge by including one of Isco or Marcelo in a swap deal for the Serie A superstar who has struggled to score in the domestic league.
The Argentinian forward has been linked with a move to Anfield several times with Jurgen Klopp always praising the versatile forward.
Manchester United were considering £90 million bid for the Juventus forward when Jose Mourinho was in charge at Old Trafford but now, without a permanent manager, the Red Devils will not submit an offer.