Juventus set a price for Dybala

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According to Calciomercato, Juventus’ leadership has set a price tag for striker Paulo Dybala. A potential buyer will have to pay at least 100 million euros in order to acquire the Argentinian.

According to the source, Manchester United and Bayern are actively observing the situation around the footballer, but the clubs aren’t ready to pay such a sum for the player.

Earlier it was reported that Massimo Allegri’s team was ready to part with Dybala, but no offers to buy the striker have yet been received.

It is also alleged that Juventus want to invest the money from the sale of the striker in acquiring Liverpool’s striker Mohamed Salah or Mauro Icardi from Inter.

(Reporting by Nathan Dent, editing by Valerie Cooper)

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