Juventus have told Manchester United that they will only consider selling Paulo Dybala if they receive an offer in the region of £107m, according to reports.
And the 23-year-old hasn’t disappointed, claiming 42 goals during his first two campaigns with the Old Lady.
According to Italian outlet La Repubblica (via Metro), Juventus have placed a mammoth £107m price tag on the striker’s head amid interest from Barcelona and United this summer.
Juventus are essentially rendering Dybala impossible to buy – something that actually doesn’t appear to be very necessary when you look at what the 23-year-old has had to say about his future.
Speaking after a pre-season win over Juventus, Dybala noted: “I’m happy here, I’m fine and over these days I’ll be training as hard as I can to have a great season.”
And you can hardly blame him. He is flourishing in Italy, demolishing opponents every week and playing in Champions League finals, improving with every game. With the World Cup lingering on the horizon, you sense that Juventus is exactly where he wants to be.