Liverpool are reportedly planning to make a move for Juventus attacking midfielder Paulo Dybala.
The 27-year-old’s midfielder’s future with the Serie A champions is far from certain, as he is yet to pen an extension on his current deal which expires at the end of the 2021-22 season.
Dybala remained with Andrea Pirlo’s side in January despite being rumoured with moves elsewhere, although his next career move remains a major talking point, with a recent report claiming that Barcelona could attempt to negotiate a swap deal involving Antoine Griezmann.
Now, El Gol Digital report that Liverpool are also in the race for the Argentine’s services as his time in Turin appears to be nearing an end.
The report adds that Juventus will demand a sizeable sum of £60m despite his contract situation, however, Liverpool will have no trouble forking out that amount of money as they look to strengthen their attacking contingent for the new season.
Dybala has endured a turbulent season with injuries, and he managed to found back of the net just twice in 11 Serie A games before sustaining a serious knee problem back in January.