Juventus have asked Paris Saint-Germain about signing Neymar in an exchange deal involving Paulo Dybala, claim Globoesporte.
The well-known Brazilian website reports this evening that the two clubs have begun negotiations.
PSG’s interest in Dybala is no secret and La Joya rejected transfers to Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur.
It was partly over image rights and salary demands, but also rumoured for months that the Argentine would only leave Turin for Paris.
Neymar, meanwhile, is desperate to leave Parc des Princes and talks with both Real Madrid and Barcelona have stuttered to a halt.
The transfer window shuts in Italy, Spain and France on September 2, so there is still time to work out what would be an astonishing deal.
It would bring Neymar to Juventus just a year after Cristiano Ronaldo and make clear their intent on winning the Champions League.
PSG activated Neymar’s Barcelona release clause for €222m in the summer of 2017.
As Dybala is valued at approximately €100m, it means Juventus would have to include a large cash sum or more players in exchange, but Dybala would certainly open the door.
Spanish paper AS claim in their online edition that Juve are offering Dybala plus €100m.