With every powerful team in the world keen to enhance their offense, Argentinian standout Paulo Dybala has been at the top of several great team’s agenda for quite some time.
The 25-year-old has thrived at Juventus but wouldn’t mind moving away from the Italian side, and that’s why Massimiliano Allegri and la Vecchia Signora have put a 100 million price tag over the striker.
While that may seem like a bunch load of money, for such a wealthy team like Paris Saint Germain it wouldn’t be a problem to offload given figure in order to lure the leftie forward.
Also, with Neymar Jr reportedly wanting away and Edinson Cavani already talking about retirement, Thomas Tuchel is looking at his options as he wants someone to join Kylian Mbappe for the long run.
Even so, it looks like Dybala’s not interested in joining a Ligue 1 side as for the moment, snubbing a hypothetical move to PSG when French broadcasting company Canal+ inquired about the possibility of him joining the reigning Champions.
“Joining a Ligue 1 team? Why not? Maybe, someday, but that’s not currently something I’m planning for the time being”.
It looks like Tuchel is going to have to find a new striker elsewhere, with Real Madrid and Manchester United also in the run to land the Argentinian, according to Sport Es.