Liverpool are interested in signing Juventus ace Paulo Dybala according to reports in Italy.
The Serie A champions are at the centre of some pretty big transfer rumours right now, with the Italian side negotiating a deal with Real Madrid over a potential £88m move for Cristiano Ronaldo.
If Ronaldo does move Turin as is looking increasing more likely by the day, he is undoubtedly going to be the main man for the Old Lady, meaning that some of the attacking talent already at Max Allegri’s disposal will have to make way.
However, according to Italian website TuttoMercatoweb, Liverpool could be interested in making a move for his team-mate, Paulo Dybala.
The 24-year-old was a part of Argentina’s World Cup squad this summer, but only saw 22 minutes worth of action, coming on a second half substite against Croatia in the group stages.
He has previously been linked with moves to both Manchester United and Real Madrid, but Jurgen Klopp could be about to enter the race.
The German has tried, and so far failed, to bring French attacking midfielder Nabil Fekir to Anfield this summer, and the Juventus playmaker could be an alternative, albeit a much more expensive one.
Dybala scored 26 goals in 46 appearances for Juventus last season, as well as providing seven assists.