The Sun newspaper reported that Real Madrid had offered Juve a 90 million pound offer, an average of 108 million euros for the Argentine striker this summer.
It is not the first time that Real Madrid have tried to sign with Dybala, which the club sees as the perfect substitute for Walesi Gareth Bale after the vote is over.
— The Sun Football ⚽ (@TheSunFootball) January 22, 2019
The European champions will have to go through a battle with Manchester City to settle striker Paulo Dybala, especially after coach Pep Guardiola asked his club to sign up as soon as possible.
Spanish newspaper AS reported that Real Madrid could get Paulo Debala for a reduced price in the summer transfer market because of Juventus’ bid to sign Brazilian Marcelo.