The future of Paulo Dybala to Juventus. The Argentinian, lead actor in a decidedly subdued first part of the season, also addresses the issue contract extension without having found a solution so far. So much so that Juventus management is thinking of protecting themselves with a possible exchange on the market.
Difficult even then with the economic crisis hanging over the football world, there might be a club that wants to offer 80 million euros asked by Juventus for Dybala. Much more likely that a top club the Bianconeri a level soccer player for an exchange, if not equal, at least by the minimal difference between the prices of the respective tags.
The hypothesis of an exchange with Eriksen (l ‘below wouldn’t say no to Dybala, but Juventus doesn’t have the Dane at their goal), it’s a flashback of the Manchester United for La Joya, according to reports from ‘calcioomercato.it’, to intrigue the bianconeri. The Red Devils could in fact sacrifice on the altar of market Anthony Martial, who has seen little of the field this season and is looking for more space.
The Frenchman has played nine games so far, scoring only two goals between the league and Champions League, a disappointing record given the expectations that have always been set for the former Monaco. The coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer he prefers it now Edinson Cavani and a sale of Martial seems increasingly likely.
The number and times of a possible negotiation, which is still in an embryonic stage, has yet to be understood: the idea is to calmly wait for the end of this season but it is not certain that a definitive break on the renewal side between Dybala and Juventus cannot do that speed up times of the exchange.
OMNISPORT | 11/30/2020 5:44 PM