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Juve to sell Dybala to fund move for Benfica star

Juventus to sell Man Utd target to fund move for Benfica wonderkid

April 13, 2019 By Emmanuel K. Budu-Annor
The Serie A outfit is ready to show the forward the exit door to pave the way for one of Europe's finest talents.

Serie A giants Juventus are reportedly considering the sale of Manchester United target Paulo Dybala in a bid to raise funds for the signing of Benfica wonderkid Joao Felix. The Argentine forward has consistently failed to cement his position in the Bianconeri's starting line up this season and, as a result, could be shown the exit door this summer.

Despite impressing in previous seasons, Dybala has managed just 10 goals from 37 appearances in the ongoing campaign in contrast to the 26 he scored in 46 appearances last season. As such, Italian publication Tuttosport claims that Max Allegri's side is ready to axe the forward.

The ex-Palermo attacker's transfer will seemingly be facilitated by the fact that the Old Ladies seek to ease the pressure on their wage structure having secured the service of Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey for 400,000-a-week on a free transfer this summer. Juve is believed to be optimistic about getting an amount in the region of 100 million euros from the 25-year-old striker's sale

Dybala's heir-apparent Joao Felix, on the other hand, has caught the eyes of a host of European clubs for his breakthrough campaign at Benfica. Momentarily regarded as one of the hottest prospects in world football, the 19-year-old striker has scored 15 goals in 36 appearances across all competitions this season.

While Benfica has mantained that it will not entertain any advances from top clubs regarding Joao Felix's transfer, the belief is that the club's stance could be altered with a mammoth offer. Relatively Juventus could secure the needed funds to test the resolve of the Portuguese club should Manchester United secure the service of Dybala.

The Red Devils are readying a massive squad overhaul this summer with the club's manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer recently hinting at a 'ruthless' approach to axe some of his side's fringe players.

 

 


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