Recent reports from Italy are suggesting that Juventus have no intentions of losing Paulo Dybala and have rejected a huge offer for him.
According to Tuttosport, Carlo Ancelotti, the next Bayern Munich coach, is a big fan of Juventus’ Paulo Dybala and wants him in Bavaria when he takes over from Pep Guardiola. Juventus, on the other hand, aren’t willing to hear any offers for the Argentine striker and are looking to hold onto him for the foreseeable future. The German giants have reportedly offered Juventus 80 million euros, an offer that the Italian champions scoffed at.
Dybala is a huge part to this young Juventus side and has consistently carried the burden in the final third for the team this season. Losing him in the summer just a season after signing him from Palermo would be detrimental. In any case, it appears that the bianconeri don’t want to entertain this idea and will not field any offers no matter the size.
The 22-year-old has made 33 appearances in all competitions this season scoring 16 goals and assisting a further eight.