Liverpool have reportedly registered their interest in Juventus attacker Paulo Dybala.
The former Palermo man is free to enter discussions with foreign clubs after entering the final six months of his deal with the Bianconeri, as negotiations over an extension fail to lead to a positive solution.
The Premier League’s Big Six have all reportedly been offered the chance to sign Dybala this summer, although the expectation is that he will come to an agreement with Juve over a new deal.
That has not stopped Liverpool registering their interest in the attacker, according to The Mirror, with Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane‘s long-term futures still uncertain.
The report adds that Dybala had an agreement in place over a new contract with Juventus, but talks have since ceased after the Turin giants altered the terms of his deal.
The 28-year-old has amassed 11 goals and four assists in 23 appearances for Massimiliano Allegri‘s side this season and came off the bench in Argentina’s 1-0 World Cup Qualifying win over Colombia on Tuesday.