Juventus ‘planning Mohamed Salah, Paulo Dybala swap deal’

  • Mohamed Salah, Paulo Dybala

Juventus ‘planning Mohamed Salah, Paulo Dybala swap deal’

Juventus are reportedly considering the possibility of a blockbuster swap deal which would send Paulo Dybala to Liverpool and bring Mohamed Salah in the opposite direction.
The Serie A giants are understood to have earmarked Salah as one of their dream transfer targets this summer, with reports suggesting that they could lodge a £175m bid for the Egyptian winger.

However, Tuttosport claims that they could look to lessen that financial outlay by offering Dybala as part of the deal in a player-plus-cash swap.

Liverpool are not thought to be considering selling their talisman, who has plundered 64 goals in just 86 appearances for the club, but Juve hope to test their resolve with a £43.9m offer in addition to Dybala moving to Anfield.

The Italian outfit recently hinted that only Lionel Messi or Neymar could replace Dybala, but Cristiano Ronaldo is understood to want Salah at the club and the Liverpool forward could fit the bill should Dybala leave.

The Argentine has also been linked with Manchester United and Real Madrid, the latter of whom are thought to be interested in trying to prise Salah away from Anfield too.