Real Madrid has enter race to sign Paulo Dybala from Juventus according to the latest reports.According to Mundo Deportivo, the Los Blancos have offered former Inter Milan midfielder Mateo Kovacic to the Bianconeri in swoop move with €85 million for the Serie A winner Dybala.Also, Read; Real ready to sell Bale to Man United on one conditionThe La Liga giant star has also courted by Premier League side Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur but has also long been followed by Juventus, with Coach Max Allegri known to be an admirer.
Dybala is admired by Barcelona and Manchester United, too, but recent comments from Juventus technical director Giuseppe Marotta made it clear that Juventus wouldn’t sell.
Barcelona has seen the Argentina star as the perfect replacement for world record signing Neymar, but also as a means of enriching Real Madrid forward line, with the Bernabeu side interested in the likes of Kylian M’Bappe. But the Italian side claims that they won’t sell Dybala, who scored 19 goals in all competitions and added seven assists last season. The Croatian Kovacic started 19 Liga games last season but was left in the stands for the Champions League final.