Fancy a new striker for your club? Do you prefer them to be South American and really good at sticking a football in the back of the net? Then one of the very best out there could be your's.
And he'll only cost your club €230 million.
Juventus goal machine Paulo Dybala, who has scored 13 goals in 15 games already this season, is set to sign a new deal with the Turin club and the Bianconeri are keen to ward off any potential suitors for the former Palermo man by inserting a monstrous release clause in his contract.
Dybala has rapidly become one of Europe's deadliest strikers over the last couple of years. Images: PA
Elgoldigital, via Calcio Mercato have broke the news about Dybala's new clause which, if triggered, would make the 23-year-old the world's most expensive player, with the fee coming in at €1 million above that which Paris Saint-Germain parted with for Neymar, this summer.
Dybala has scored 55 goals in 109 games since joining Juve from Palermo in 2015, winning back-to-back domestic doubles with The Old Lady in his first two seasons.
However, despite his impressive club form, Dybala is yet to set the international stage alight, failing to score in any of his 10 international caps for Argentina.
Will anyone be able to part with anywhere near €230 million for the 23-year-old, this summer, though?
(H/T Calcio Mercato)
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