Manchester City are weighing a move for Juventus forward – report


Argentina forward Pablo Dybala is locked in contract talks with parent club Juventus. With no deal in place as of yet for an extension, speculation surrounding the youngster’s future is looming large. Manchester City are monitoring the contract talks between the parties and would swoop for the player if he decides to leave the Turin outfit.

Spanish publication El Confidencial report Real Madrid, Barcelona and Manchester City are keeping tabs on Dybala for the eventuality of him leaving. The prospect of Pablo Dybala and Sergio Aguero linking up together would water the mouth of any City fan, but a move wouldn’t come cheap.

Dybala has been turning heads across Europe since moving from Palermo in 2015. The Argentina forward continues to growth on a game-by-game basis and shows little weakness in his current game.

A move is seriously unlikely and it’ll probably result in the player extending his stay in Italy. But a bid upwards of €75million could tempt Juventus to part with the forward and grant the dream partnership at the Etihad Stadium.

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