Real Madrid want Juventus forward

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Don’t get excited Madridistas ! It is not the player you all want, it is Paulo Dybala ! According to El Chiringuito, Real Madrid are very interested in signing the Argentine international who has scored 19 goals for Juventus in the Serie A this season. Though Juventus have no intention of selling their best forward in the summer, Real Madrid are confident that they can complete a deal.

Giuseppe Marotta, Juventus’ chief executive made it clear in his interview that the club has no plans to sell any of their star players including Paul Pogba and Alvaro Morata who also have plenty of interest from top teams of Europe. Paulo Dybala was bought for a stunning £28m transfer fee last summer and there are no reasons for Juventus to sell their one of the most valuable players.

Juventus are financially stronger than ever as they are the undisputed Champions of Italy in the last five season. Adding to that, the Bianconeri are one of the strong contenders in the UEFA Champions League who finished as runners last season. Under coach Massimiliano Allegri, Juventus have won Three Serie A crowns in a row. Juventus made a fabulous comeback this season by climbing the table from the relegation battle to win the league and they won it with three games to spare. That explains the strength Bianconeri possess. England’s defending Champions Chelsea also faced a similar setback in the start of the season, but they had not managed to do what Juventus did. The Blues sit 10th in the Premier League table while Juventus won the Championship.

Paulo Dybala has publicly expressed his wish to play for Barcelona, a club with whom the Los Blancos have a deathly rivalry and the Argentine is a big fan of his fellow international teammate Lionel Messi, Barcelona’s talisman. So, the chances of Dybala signing for Real Madrid is very less but as we all know, anything is possible in football. But one thing to be noted is, if Real Madrid really sign the Argentine and decide not to bring back Alvaro Morata, it will surely cause a big protest among the Santiago Bernabeu who already are very eager to see their academy graduate wear the famous Royal White jersey again.

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