Real Madrid has agreed in terms with Juventus for the Argentine Paulo Dybala, according to reports in Argentina.
Real Madrid President Florentino Perez is preparing a deadline day transfer to shock the world. According to Argentina news outlet Ole, Real Madrid has agreed to sign Dybala as the new Galactico for a fee around €180m.
Real Madrid has failed to fill the void left after the departure of Club’s all-time top goalscorer Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese switched for Juventus shirt in the summer, ending nine-year spell at Bernabeu.
The source claimed that Los Blancos chief Perez has identified Paulo Dybala as the perfect replacement for the five-time Ballon d’Or winner at Bernabeu.
The outlet also claimed that the Argentine forward hasn’t had a good relationship with the Juve boss Massimiliano Allegri and this could be a reason for Dybala to join the European champions.
Dybala has been a hot prospect in the Football world and has proved his worth in Turin. The Argentine forward scored 22 goals in 2017/18 season to lead Juventus to their domestic double, which includes 7th Serie A title in a row.
With the summer transfer window set to be closed on 31st August in Spain, Real Madrid would be desperate to present a big name in front of the Madrid fans.
Real Madrid recently signed back Mariano from Lyon, who is said to be challenging Karim Benzema for the striker role in the starting eleven.