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With the transfer window open, big clubs are likely to start splashing the cash soon. But who could be on the move? Omnisport takes a look.
Juventus and Inter Milan are negotiating with a certain haste a swap deal between their stars Paulo Dybala and Mauro Icardi. Although the deal would no doubt be a controversial one, all parties are reportedly interested in making it happen.
Bayern Munich want to take advantage of the player's situation. The German side are prepared to spend to get hold of Paulo Dybala. They could could offer up to 80 million euros for the Argentine.
Contrary to comments made by his brother and agent, Paulo Dybala hopes to stay at Juventus next season.
The Juventus coach, Massimiliano Allegri, will not stay on for next season. The decision has been announced in a club statement and there will be a press conference on Saturday. There was talk of five star players leaving had he stayed, but their futures are now unclear.
Rumours surrounding Paulo Dybala's continuity in Juventus have been swirling around the past few weeks, which in turn has awaken the interest of some of Eruope's top clubs. According to Tuttosport, the four main canddiates are Atletico, United, PSG, Bayern.
Argentina boss Lionel Escaloni today submitted his preliminary squad of 32 players for the Copa America, which he will have to cut down to 23 in time for tournament this summer.
Once the storm passes, the calm will come. And they're there, Atletico must look at the transfer market and choose with careful precision which player will come to the Wanda Metropolitano as a new star.
Paulo Dybala's scoring figures have dropped since Cristiano Ronaldo joined Juventus but he is delighted to play alongside the Portuguese.
Inter and Juventus are planning a sensational summer swap deal, with Mauro Icardi heading to Juventus and Paulo Dybala heading the other way.