Juventus continue to aim high on the market. After the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo last summer, the dream for the next summer is Kylian Mbappe but an important sacrifice will be necessary to bring the Frenchman to Turin. One name above all is Paulo Dybala, who already has important requests from all over Europe.
According to Tuttosport, in fact, Bayern, PSG and Manchester City have already submitted offers to the Bianconeri executives, who have, however, ignored every proposal.
Meanwhile, Paratici has set an asking price for Dybala, with an offer of over 100 million euros being the minimum condition to sit at the table with the club.
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