Paulo Dybala

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  1. Zilles

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    Yes but with sergio getting older and having his share of injuries every season it could be a very nice rotation the next 2 seasons.
    Then after Sergio leaves us we still have Dybala and Jesus. Sounds not so bad either..
     
  2. MCFC_4Heatons

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    This guy would take up a foreign player slot in the squad, I'm not sure how that affects us?
     
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    Decent player in the italian league but never rated him in the high class striker mould and for what Juventus would want forget it.
     
  4. Machiavelli

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    Douglas Costa?
     
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    I doubt that someone that's classed as a top striker, and would come with a 80 mill + fee, would want to be part of a three man rotation. I think we will be looking at a young talent to take up that spot, someone in a similar position to where Jesus was when we looked at signing him.
     
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    Scouting Dybala ! is like scouting Messi

    It doesn't make sense to send anyone to watch Dybala.
     
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  8. manlikepep

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    Recent reports that juve were looking at Salah. Interesting
     
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    http://www.corrieredellosport.it/ne...e_city_la_base_juve_120_milioni/?cookieAccept

    Dybala, City mission: the Juve base is 120 million
    Guardiola sent his to Soriano at the Olimpico for the match against Lazio. From England: exchange idea with Salah

    TURIN - Assault on Dybala. Half Europe moves on the number 10 Juventus, whose future is destined to be a dominant theme of the next market. The last big to move in order of time is Manchester City and in a very heavy way: Pep Guardiola has recently sent a man of his trust in Italy to observe Paulo. Not an emissary of any kind, but Ferran Soriano, CEO of Citizens, a strong man of the English club who knows the Catalan coach from the days of Barcelona (one coached Barça B before going to large, the other was vice president of society). Soriano, rumors tell, was in the stands at the Olimpico in Rome on the occasion of Lazio-Juve on 27 January. A race that Joya played in full and in which it was also decisive, entering in the action of the draw of Cancelo. The landing of Soriano in the capital between the clear interest of the City for Dybala.

    120 MILLION - Dybala is linked to Juve by a contract until 2022, to 7 million a season plus bonus, and is happy in Juventus, despite the news has told of the reprimand suffered by the company after the "bullshit" (copyright Allegri) against Parma, with the early return to the locker room after not being deployed in the final race. Paulo, above all, is focused on the decisive phase of the season, on the Scudetto and Champions League races and, he recounts who knows him well, does not care about the sirens and the market voices. For its part, society does not appear, at least at the moment, willing to open the door to farewell. But how could you take the number 10 from Juventus? Surely with a large investment: 100-120 million.
     
  10. Easy

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    He said years ago he always wanted us or Barca but don’t see where he would fit in.
     

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