Paulo Dybala’s representatives will reportedly meet with Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday, as his Juventus future remains in doubt.
La Joya turned down moves to Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur, largely due to issues over his image rights and commission to his agent.
He scored a stunning goal in last night’s friendly win at Triestina and sent a message to the club and fans, celebrating by pointing to the name on the back of his jersey and patting the J badge on his chest.
However, Sport Mediaset, IlBianconero.com and more are now suggesting a meeting has been lined up with PSG for Tuesday.
Paris Saint-Germain are one of the few clubs who have no interest in signing up image rights of their players, so the outstanding legal action would not be an issue for them.
The Argentine is also seen as a suitable replacement for want-away Neymar.
If Dybala were to be sold for €70m cash, that would be reinvested in Inter outcast Mauro Icardi.
However, it remains to be seen if Dybala would accept the transfer, as he has shown throughout the summer that he wants to remain in Turin.
The only club he might’ve considered was indeed Paris Saint-Germain.