Manchester City, Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain have all tabled an offer for Juventus superstar Paulo Dybala ahead of a potential move next summer.
According to Tuttosport, the three European giants have made offers for Dybala but Juve are ‘ignoring them all’ for now.
However, the newspaper claims the Bianconeri ‘aren’t ruling out’ the sale of another big name this summer as the Serie A champions have shown in the past that they are willing to sell their star players.
Juventus sold Paul Pogba back to Manchester United for a then-world record of €100m back in August 2016.
Nonetheless, the ‘absolutely necessary condition’ for Bayern, City or PSG would be that they bid ‘more than €100m’, as in the case of Paul Pogba’s return to Manchester United.
Consequently, ‘it would become difficult for Juve to say no’ to moving on the Argentine forward, who has only scored two goals in 17 league appearances this season but netted five times during the Champions League group stage.
The Argentine has often played off the right since the summer arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo.