Claim Dybala agent Juve Already Give Offer 32 Million Euros
Palermo – Palermo striker transfer Story, Paulo Dybala, continues. The player’s agent claimed that Juventus have now offers 32 million euros, which puts them at the forefront.
Dybala be one of the talents that reportedly hunted many clubs ahead of the end of the season. Still young, Palermo appearances this season is fairly impressive.
21-year-old youth has so far scored 13 goals and 10 assists from 29 appearances in Serie A. That is an average Dybala able to contribute significantly in 23 of the 29 matches.
So far there are a number of clubs are reportedly interested. In Italy, Juve referred to as the strongest candidate to get it with AS Roma and Inter Milan also monitor. While from the outside Italy, teams like Chelsea, Arsenal, Paris Saint-Germain, and Atletico Madrid reportedly eyeing the Argentine players.
Dybala agent, Gustavo Mascardi, mention already offer that goes to Palermo. He claims to have handed Juve bid of 32 million euros, which makes the Bianconeri step closer to recruit the players.
“Dybala will pick the best team that is able to help him develop. Also, (Maurizio) Zamparini (Palermo president) will choose which one is best offer for him,” said Mascardi to Tuttosport.
“Are Juve still in pole position? Yes. The players seem eager to join Juventus and because Marotta, who is a friend, has made the highest bid to Palermo.”
“Well, the best deals currently 32 million euros. We also are listening to proposals from Paris Saint-Germain, Atletico, Arsenal, and Chelsea,” he continued.
“In Italy, there are also Roma and Inter addition to Juve. Dybala will decide quietly with Zamparini. The interest from several clubs abroad continues to rise. (Jose) Mourinho really liked it. I think this story will continue to take place a few weeks longer,” said the agent.
Although it is called so that the leading, Juve bid was actually still below the posted price Zamparini. Previously he set a minimum price of 40 million euros for Dybala. Is not this also may be the agent’s tactics to raise the price of its clients.