Juventus forward valued at €80 million was made available by Real Madrid

Juventus forward

Real Madrid have been offered the opportunity to sign Juventus forward, Paulo Dybala, in a reported €80 million transfer. This comes as no surprise as the Spanish giants have been linked with the Argentine international for some time now.

Dybala has been a key player for Juventus since joining the club in 2015. He has won five Serie A titles and has been named the club’s Player of the Year in each of the past two seasons. His impressive form has not gone unnoticed.

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The 25-year-old’s potential transfer to Real Madrid would be a major coup for the Spanish club, as Dybala is one of the most talented forwards in world football. He has scored over 100 goals for Juventus and has been instrumental in helping the club to reach the final of the Champions League in the past two seasons.

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Real Madrid is in need of a striker, with the club having struggled to find a suitable replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo following his departure from Juventus last summer. Dybala’s arrival would provide the club with a much-needed boost, as his pace, skill and finishing ability would make him a valuable addition to the team.

The €80 million price tag may seem steep, but it is worth considering that Dybala is one of the most sought-after forwards in world football. The Argentine international is still in his prime and has many years left at the top level. This transfer would not only provide Real Madrid with a top-class forward but also with a player who has the potential to become one of the best in the world.

Juventus, on the other hand, would be losing one of their star players. However, the club has been preparing for this eventuality for some time and has been making moves to replace Dybala. The Italian giants have been linked with several top forwards. Including Inter Milan’s Mauro Icardi, who is considered to be one of the best finishers in world football.

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