Liverpool have been linked with move for Argentina international Paulo Dybala and the new reports making rounds on this looks very promising.
Italian news outlet Tutto Mercato Web reported that Liverpool are seriously interested in signing the Juventus playmaker this summer.
Liverpool are said to have register their interest in the playmaker and are willing to secure his signing for a fee worth 90 million euros (£79.5million) to bring him to Anfield.
Dybala is a very talented attacker, who in 46 appearances in all competitions last season, netted 26 goals and provided seven assists.
The Argentine’s World Cup 2018 campaign with his country did not go well at all. Argentina only managed four appearances in the tournament and the playmaker could only make one appearances only against Croatia in the group stages.
His current deal with the Serie A champions runs till four years from now and he earns a whooping £110,000-a-week at Turin with Juventus.
With Cristiano Ronaldo joining Juventus this summer, Real Madrid could re-ignite interest in Mohamed Salah this summer leaving Liverpool short of option on the wing and would be very “welcome to Anfield” by Reds faithfuls.
But in such a scenario where the Egyptian does not join Madrid this summer, signing Dybala would be deemed surplus to requirement for Liverpool and I don’t see him joining the club in such an instance.