Liverpool are considering a concrete offer for Juventus forward Paulo Dybala in the coming weeks.
Paulo Dybala’s future has been the subject of transfer speculation in recent windows, and rumours regarding a possible switch have once again begun to swirl due to the South American starting just four Serie A matches since the turn of the year.
Real Madrid are believed to have a long-standing interest in signing the Turin giants ace, who has also been linked with a big-money move to Manchester United in recent months.
However, Italian publication Tuttomercato claims that the Reds have now emerged as surprise frontrunners for his services and could push for a move to be agreed within the next few weeks.
Italian giants would likely command a massive fee of more than £100 million for the second striker, although that price tag is not understood to have deterred the Premier League title hopefuls.
The 25-year-old has netted just four goals in 25 Serie A matches so far this term but has five goals in seven Champions League games and even scored a hat-trick in the group stage.
Liverpool’s arch-rivals Manchester United are also understood to be interested in signing the Argentinian star, and it is claimed that Juventus demanded a fee of £120 million for the out-of-form forward who has struggled this year to score.
It can be explained with the reason that Max Allegri decided to use him from the flank rather than using him as the second striker.