Report: Juve Name Price For Man Utd Target
Report: Juventus Name Price For Manchester United Target
Juventus are reportedly ready to cash in on Manchester United target Paulo Dybala, with the Italian club having apparently named their price for the forward.
According to Manchester Evening News, United manager Jose Mourinho is hoping to bolster his attack and has identified Dybala as a suitable target.
There were reports that £60 million (R1 billion) would suffice to secure the Argentina international's signature, but, according to MEN, the Serie A giants will only begin negotiations at £140 million (R2.3 billion).
The same report claimed that should more than one club join the bidding for Dybala, the Bianconeri would hope for a fee about £200 million (R3.3 billion).
The attacker join Juve from Palermo for £30 million (R 500 million) in 2015, and has gone on to make 119 appearances, scoring 57 goals in the process.
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