Paulo Dybala has reportedly told Juventus that he wants to leave this summer and join Barcelona or Real Madrid.
According to Mundo Deportivo, Dybala would rather stay at Juve than move to the Premier League but understands “he must make the jump to La Liga” in order to realise his potential.
The newspaper explains Barca have already held several rounds of talks with Dybala’s representatives to state their interest in the forward, even after tying down Neymar to a long-term contract.
Furthermore, Dybala’s arrival may signal a switch to a top-heavy style for Barca as the Argentine would not only complement MSN but also become the club’s “fourth starting attacker”.
However, MD notes Dybala has already given Madrid his word that he will join them once he departs Juve, who are resigned to including a release clause in any new deal for the 23-year-old.