Liverpool are willing to pay up to €90 million to sign Paulo Dybala from Juventus this summer as I bianconeri edge closer to signing Cristiano Ronaldo.
Summer transfer windows tend to be quite similar to a massive game of dominos. When the world’s biggest players move clubs, there is a ripple effect on the market that can be felt right across Europe.
Last summer’s mega-money move involving PSG paying £222 million to sign Neymar from Barcelona saw several players move as a result, including Liverpool’s Philippe Coutinho, who is yet to be replaced.
The move most likely to cause a ripple effect is Ronaldo’s move to Juventus and it could mean that the Reds can finally replace Coutinho by launching an ambitious move for Paulo Dybala.
El Liverpool está dispuesto a pagar 90 millones de euros por el delantero argentino de la Juventus, Paulo Dybala.
— Futbol_Mercado (@Futbol_Mercado) July 9, 2018
According to Argentinian outlet Futbol Mercado, Liverpool are prepared to pay €90 million to sign Dybala this summer. I highly doubt that will come close to a potential asking price for the forward.
There is also the fact that there are yet to be any authoritative sources speaking on the Reds’ interest in Dybala. I believe we’ll soon hear more concrete information on the matter, even if it’s just to quash the story.
I would love Dybala at Liverpool and he would look fantastic in the currently vacant #10 but I just cannot see this being a move that comes to fruition.