Juventus To Offer €50 Million And Paulo Dybala For Mohamed Salah
Serie A champions Juventus are eyeing up what would likely be the the biggest transfer of the summer by offering €50 million and Paulo Dybala to try and sign Mohamed Salah from Liverpool.
For seven years in a row Juventus have won Serie A and for most of those years it's been pretty easy for the Old Lady, they even gave Napoli a nice head start last season and passed them with room to spare.
Once again the Turin giants look set to win the title this season as they currently hold an 11 point advantage over Napoli and are yet to lose in the league.
In the summer they brought in five time Ballon d'Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo in order to help them win the Champions League.
The former Real Madrid forward has taken to his new surroundings like a duck to water and has scored 18 goals in the league.
However Juve want to add more firepower to their frontline and, according to Tuttosport, are hoping to sign Mo Salah in the summer.
Liverpool are reported to want around €200 million for last season's Premier League top scorer and Juve want to bring the price down by offering Paulo Dybala and €50 million.
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Dybala has been seen as one of football's up and coming stars for the last few years but he is only one year younger than Salah and has only scored twice in the league this season.
That would make it seem like it's unlikely Liverpool would take that offer but the Argentina forward did bag 22 goals in the league last season and some of his drop off in form will be to do with playing deeper due to the signing of Ronaldo.
The thought of pairing Ronaldo and Salah together would be enough to make opposition defences cry.
Salah finished last season with 32 goals in the Premier League and the former Roma winger is once again in the goals, with 17 this season.
The Egyptian forward could help lead Liverpool to their first league title since 1990, having never won the league during the Premier League era.
It seems unlikely that he will leave Anfield but maybe playing alongside Cristiano Ronaldo will help lure him away.