Juventus Line Up Two Azzurri Stars in Case Dybala Bolted

After a grand January, Juventus will shift their focus to a few contract extensions and will look to reach an agreement with Paulo Dybala. The Bianconeri spent €95M in January, trailing only Newcastle across Europe. And they ready to make investments if their star departs, La Gazzetta dello Sport reports.

The outcome of the negotiation is highly uncertain. The player would not mind staying, but the offer will have to be adequate. The Bianconeri directors need to mend fences as the Argentinian striker did not appreciate some comments. Inter and Manchester City are patiently waiting in the wings to see what happens.

Should the talks with Dybala fall apart, Juventus would go after Nicolò Zaniolo and Giacomo Raspadori next summer. They have been coveting the Roma star for a few years. He is under contract until 2024 and is discussing a new deal. The Giallorossi CEO Tiago Pinto could not provide 100 percent assurance he would still be part of the squad next season while addressing the transfer market in a presser Tuesday.

The Bianconeri are also keen on Raspadori, who has fully blossomed in the last few weeks. While still pricey, he would be less expensive than Zaniolo. Inter tracked him at length, but they have been more interested in Gianluca Scamacca after Lautaro Martinez’s contract renewal. Unlike Napoli, Juventus would not blink in front of a €35M price tag, mainly because he would have low wages. The Old Lady has already orchestrated a few moves with Sassuolo, lastly for Manuel Locatelli.