Juventus star Paulo Dybala reveals his interest to join Real Madrid but currently, plans to stay at Juventus to increase his price tag.
According to news published in numerous Spanish magazines, Paulo Dybala has assured Real Madrid president Florentino Perez that he is likely to join Real Madrid soon.
This 23-year-old Argentine has been on the radar of some top clubs of Europe such as Barcelona and Real Madrid. However, Juventus are trying their hard to keep this star back at Juventus Stadium.
Dybala’s counterpart Gonzalo Higuain earns significantly more than this forward and was signed in from Napoli at 75 million pounds.
Dybala, when asked about his contract issues, said, ““I haven’t signed anything yet. We will see what happens.”
His statement has led to several speculations relating his move to the Spanish capital. One more factor which comes into play is constant ignition by Cristiano Ronaldo to bring this player to Real.
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Cristiano has told the Real president not to let this player get away and adhering to his star player’s advice the president has made a move for this player.
Dybala also seems to consider Ronaldo as an idol, and he recently applauded this 31-year-old striker for his amazing performance in Euro Cup.
“Cristiano Ronaldo is a player that shows in every game what kind of player he is. He is an admirable player, and logically all of us who play in that position would like to be able to convert all the goals he does.”
Although this player has signed a new contract with Juventus which extends his stay at the club till 2020, Real are planning to make a serious bid which will bring this player to Bernabeau.
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This forward is also wanted by Barcelona. However, the Spanish giant does need to sell one of their stars to get this player on the board.
Dybala has played ten games for Juventus this season scoring three goals and has also made a Champions League appearance for the Italian Champions scoring one goal in the same.