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Real Madrid want to sign Paulo Dybala next summer. The Los Blancos are willing to offer 102 million euros for the Juventus star, as reported by The Sun. Dybala has scored 54 goals in 115 games in Serie A but he is considered transferable for Massimiliano Allegri, who has never shown full trust in the Argentinian.
A source quoted by the British newspaper said that “Real is looking for their next Galacticos superstar and Dybala is on top of the wishlist. There has been a lot of interest in him over the last few years but he was always interested in going to Real. Manchester City wanted him too, Pep even followed him when he was at Bayern Munich”.
The Los Blancos hierarchy are looking to rebuild their squad at the end of the campaign, with their La Liga title hopes all but over. And the Argentine attacker has been added to the top of their shortlist to join Gareth Bale and Co at the Bernabeu for next season.
Real Madrid are prepared to include James Rodriguez in any deal to sign to Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen, according to AS. Los Blancos hope that by offering the Colombian star in exchange for Eriksen they can drive down Spurs chairman Daniel Levy’s initial asking price.
Rodriguez is currently in the middle of his second year on loan at Bayern Munich, who have an option to make the switch permanent for €42m ($48m, £37m) at the end of the season.