Paris Saint-Germain will soon open the talks with Juventus for the out-of-favor forward Paulo Dybala, according to the latest reports from England
The former Palermo star has tumbled down the pecking order at the Old Lady having witnessed his starring role in the team handed over to Cristiano Ronaldo.
Manchester United were chasing the Argentinean this summer, but he was close to joining their Premier League rivals, Tottenham Hotspur, instead.
His exorbitant wages have, however, forced the Spurs to pull the plug on the deal and focus their attentions towards Giovani Lo Celso.
With the English clubs out of the picture, Dybala has seemed to be destined to remain in Turin and fight for his place in Maurizio Sarri’s starting eleven.
PSG will open talks with Juventus about a €80 million deal for Paulo Dybala after their loss to Rennes, according to the Daily Mail.— Goal (@goal) August 19, 2019
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But, with Neymar’s future hanging in the air, Paris Saint-Germain might offer the 25-year-old an escape route from the Allianz Stadium, according to ESPN.
The Parisians will reportedly hold talks with the player’s entourage and the Bianconeri hierarchy in the coming days to understand the feasibility of the deal.
As per the same source, the defending Ligue 1 champions are hopeful that they can get the deal over the line by presenting a £73million offer.
Dybala endured a disappointing 2018-19 campaign by his standards, netting just five goals in 30 Serie A outings under Massimiliano Allegri.