Juventus are open to the idea of selling Paulo Dybala, according to a report from Goal, and Liverpool would be silly to not think about submitting a bid.
The Argentinian has been linked with Liverpool in the past and would be a stunning signing for the Reds.
Goal reports that Dybala is no longer thought of as crucial to Juventus’s plans and will be available this summer.
He has struggled for goals since Cristiano Ronaldo’s arrival in Serie A and has scored just 10 goals all season.
When Mohamed Salah moved to Liverpool, fans used Dybala at Juventus as a benchmark to compare the Egyptian to and found that they had very similar stats at the time.
Mo had 29 goal involvements in all competitions while the Juve midfielder had 22.
Since then, Salah has improved tenfold and has been involved in 91 goals.
Dybala, on the other hand, has only scored and assisted 41 in the last two seasons.
The Argentine is undoubtedly a top class player but needs a manager that will help him develop the strong parts of his game and improve his weaknesses.
As far as improving players is concerned, Klopp is one of the best managers in the world and would take Dybala to the next level.
Liverpool are yet to sign a no.10 after Coutinho moved to Barcelona and Dybala is the closest thing to a like for like swap.