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Alex Mott

Real Madrid and Juventus ‘agree €180m fee’ for Paulo Dybala


We’ve been waiting for a huge transfer to happen during the last few weeks of the window, and it looks like we could be about to get one.

A sensational story in the Argentine press on Wednesday has claimed that Real Madrid and Juventus have agreed a deal that would see Paulo Dybala join the Spanish giants.

Yep, that’s right.

Apparently, according to Olé, one of the main sports papers in the country, Dybala will join Julen Lopetegui’s side before the transfer deadline on Friday.

Their exclusive story insists that the reigning European champions have agreed to pay €180m for the 24-year-old, with the goalscorer earning €16m per season.

This is despite the Santiago Bernabèu outfit already re-signing Mariano Díaz from Lyon earlier on Wednesday.

Madrid president Florentino Pérez apparently wants a big-money signing this summer as a way of replacing Cristiano Ronaldo.

More details from Olé concerning the proposed move reveal that Dybala does not have a good relationship with Juve boss Massimiliano Allegri, the Italian giants believe the offer is a fair one in this market and that Dybala will receive the No.7 shirt left by Ronaldo.