Paulo Dybala has reportedly been approached by Liverpool over the possibility of a potential move to Merseyside.
This comes in a tweet from beINSports journalist, Tancredi Palmeri, who claims that the 28-year-old would be prepared to trade the Allianz Stadium for Anfield.
Liverpool have got in contact with Dybala to monitor his situation about not extending contract to Juventus,
according to @TuttoMercatoWeb @alaimotmw
Dybala would be keen to move to Liverpool
— Tancredi Palmeri (@tancredipalmeri) January 26, 2022
With the Argentine’s contract set to expire in the summer, the Reds could immediately invest in further experience up top by the end of the campaign.
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Having registered 11 goals and four assists across 23 games (in all competitions), the striker’s numbers are from being unreasonable, though due concern would have to be paid to his injury record.
Beyond that, however, it’s quite simply not a transfer we can see the club being prepared to sanction (even on a free) in light of the player’s age.
A lot will depend on how we handle the contracts of Sadio Mane, Mo Salah and Bobby Firmino (all expiring in 2023), though the consensus has long been that we’ll be far more likely to invest in a younger option capable of growing with the side for the long-term.
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