Premier League champions Manchester City are looking to sign Juventus playmaker Paulo Dybala in the summer.
According to reports from La Gazzetta dello Sport, there is a meeting involving Juve and Dybala’s agent Jorge Antun set to take place tomorrow. While the Argentine initial plan is to stay at the club, the urge to play in the Premier League might be too strong to turn down.
Juve is only going to propose a salary that will be much less than what the parties were about to agree on in 2021 with the proposed fee agreed said to have been €8 million-plus bonuses of around €2 million deal.
Paulo Dybala’s contract with Juventus runs out in June. Juve director Federico Cherubini: “We’re gonna meet with Paulo agents in the next days to discuss about it”. 🇦🇷 #Juventus
“We’ll meet all the players out of contract in June”. Cuadrado’s new deal, another priority for Juve. pic.twitter.com/ZepBsqXZ7m
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) March 3, 2022
The signing of Dusan Vlahovic changed the club’s plans changed their plans with the club now ready to offload Dybala. Apart from City, the player is said to be attracting interest from Inter Milan.
The other club said to be monitoring the player’s situation is Atletico Madrid but Dybala’s interest is in playing in the Premier League.