Spanish reports continue to suggest Atletico Madrid want Paulo Dybala as a replacement for Antoine Griezmann, offering Stefan Savic to Juventus.
The story has been escalating on Spanish soil, with Marca, Diario Gol and now Radio Onda Cero also pointing La Joya towards the new Wanda Metropolitano Stadium.
According to the latest rumours out of La Liga, there is already an agreement for a five-year contract between Atleti director of sport Andrea Berta and Dybala’s brother Gustavo.
The Argentina international is seen as an ideal replacement for Griezmann, should the forward leave this summer, but Juventus want to make a huge profit if Dybala is to leave.
It’s reported the price-tag is between €150m and €200m, but Atletico Madrid could throw in defender Savic in a bid to lower that cash sum.
Dybala only signed a new contract with Juventus in April 2017 and is one of the highest-paid players in Serie A at the moment.