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Juventus Have 'Named Their Price' For Paulo Dybala

Joe Baiamonte

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Juventus Have 'Named Their Price' For Paulo Dybala

Juventus have apparently 'named their price' for Argentinean forward Paulo Dybala and, unsurprisingly, the Bianconeri's number 10 will not come cheap for any of his potential suitors.

The Argentina international, who has bagged 15 goals in 25 appearances so far, this season, has become one of Europe's most sought after forwards over the last few years, following an impressive spell with Palermo and an even better tenure with Juventus.

The 24-year-old has helped fire The Old Lady to back-to-back Serie A titles during his first two seasons with the club, scoring 57 goals in 119 appearances.



Your's for just £140 million. Images: PA

It's this form that has alerted the likes of Manchester United and Barcelona to the former Palermo star, and Juve are ready to cash in on the Red Devils' target. But only if the price is right.

According to reports in the Independent, via the Mirror , Juventus have rubbished claims that they would accept an offer of £60 million for Dybala's services and instead would only entertain bids of £140 million, or even closer to £200 million should several clubs be interested.

United may not have struggled for goals this season, scoring 43 in their opening 20 Premier League games (only Manchester City and Liverpool have more in the league this season), but in recent games against Leicester City and Burnley, Jose Mourinho's men have been wasteful in front of goal, while in big tests against Liverpool and Manchester City, United have offered little, if any, attacking threat.

Mourinho recently bemoaned United's lack of spending in comparison to Manchester City's, yet the Portuguese manager has already overseen over £260 million worth of investment during his 18 months at the club.

United fans will be praying that Mourinho's next lot of investments are the ones that finally bring the league title back to Old Trafford.

Featured Image Credit: PA

Topics: Football News, Football, Manchester United, Serie A, Premier League, Paulo Dybala, Juventus

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