The Daily Mail reports that Juventus have dropped their asking price and are willing to let Paulo Dybala leave for between £70-£90m.
With Liverpool’s transfer silence this summer deafening, they should make a move for Paulo Dybala which shout from the rooftops that they aren’t standing still and want to win every piece of silverware available.
With the Daily Mail claiming that the Argentine is free to leave for between £70m and £90m, Liverpool should consider making a move.
Here are three reasons why…
Philippe Coutinho replacement
The Brazilian left Liverpool in the middle of the 2017/18 season and while they went onto reach the Champions League final that year, the exact kind of player that might have won the tie for them had left to join Barcelona seven months prior.
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Dybala would bring all the qualities that Coutinho did and the promise of greater versatility and a history of scoring more goals. Out of favour at Juventus, the former Palermo star is in search of a new club and Liverpool is the perfect fit.
His talent matches Liverpool’s ambition and if there’s a manager in world football capable of getting his career back on track it’s Jurgen Klopp.
Age leaves room to improve
While he might have wasted an entire year at Juventus, he can kickstart his career at Anfield under Klopp.
Still only 25, Dybala has a few years left before he reaches his prime and these years can be spent alongside the likes of Salah, Mane and Firmino, who are all capable of helping him become one of the best players in Europe.
He has the talent and the time to nurture it but he needs to make the right move this summer or he risks wasting a potentially incredible career on the bench in Italy.
To frustrate Manchester United
SportMail name Manchester United as an interested party and Liverpool need to make sure that their biggest rival doesn’t get the chance to sign a player that could help return them to the very top of English football.
United might have more money than Liverpool but the Reds are by far the more attractive proposition at the moment as they face the start of the new season with the title of being the ‘Champions of Europe.’
Meanwhile, Manchester United are facing a season in the Europa League after finishing sixth in the Premier League.