Juventus and Argentina international Paulo Dybala is a reported £90m transfer target for Premier League giants Liverpool, according to The Sun.
The Merseysiders, who are vying for a qualification in the Champions League semi-finals tonight as they defend a 3-0 lead against Premier League leaders Manchester City, have reportedly earmarked the Argentine international as their long-term replacement for Philippe Coutinho, who swapped Liverpool for Barcelona in the last transfer window. (January).
Dybala, 24-year-old, is reportedly at Reds boss Jurgen Klopp transfer list of summer transfer target to further strenghten his side for title challenge next season.
Dybala joined Juve from domestic rivals Palermo in a reported £25m deal back in the summer of 2015.
The 5ft 9in forward has since scored 67 goals in 132 appearances for the Old Lady, including 51 goals in 91 Serie games, winning two Serie A titles in the process. He helped his side to last year Champions League final against Real Madrid but the Old Lady lost a strong Spanish side.
Liverpool look set to be able to offer Champions League football next season. A strong showing in the latter stages of this season’s competition would help them to lure transfer targets to Anfield.