Paulo Dybala is wanted by Inter, Manchester United, Bayern Munich and PSG, but it’s reported Juventus demand €80m plus €20m in add-ons.
The report emerged via RMC Sport in France this week that Paris Saint-Germain director Leonardo was sure he could get Dybala for around €50m, considering the changes to the pecking order if Juve purchase Mauro Icardi.
However, Calciomercato.com remain adamant the asking price is at least €80m plus another €20m in various add-ons and bonuses.
Manchester United are believed to be the favourites for La Joya, as the Argentina international wants to have a key role in his new team.
There could also be a part-exchange for Bianconeri transfer target Paul Pogba, who Maurizio Sarri praised today.
He left the door open for Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich, but is not interested in joining Inter, even in an exchange deal with Icardi.