Juventus are reportedly set to make Palermo an offer for Paulo Dybala, with €25m plus players rumoured.
The Argentinian forward is one of the hottest properties in Europe after a stellar season for the Rosanero, but has reportedly decided that he wants to stay in Serie A next season.
It’s widely believed that Juventus are in pole position to secure his signature, and Tuttosport this morning says that an offer will be presented this week.
The newspaper states that despite Palermo patron Maurizio Zamparini’s €40m asking price, the Bianconeri will offer €25m in terms of a transfer fee.
That would then be supplemented by sending some of the Old Lady’s players to Renzo Barbera.
Defender Edoardo Goldaniga is co-owned between the two clubs, and could be sacrificed by the Turin giants as part of any agreement.
Midfielder Luca Marrone, who has suffered with muscular problems this season could also be included, as well as goalkeeper Nicola Leali.
The sports daily also claims that Palermo are huge admirers of young French attacker Kingsley Coman.
While Juve would not be willing to see the starlet move permanently to Sicily, Tuttosport believes he could move on loan for a season or two to help secure Dybala’s signature.
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