Barcelona have turned their attention to Juventus attacking star Paulo Dybala and have launched a €160m bid, according to reports.
A number of reports in Spain have stated that the Blaugrana’s continued wait on Liverpool to accept a bid for Philippe Coutinho has led to impatience and the club will now make an attempt to land the Argentine.
Corriere dello Sport report on Thursday that the Catalans have bid €160m which is comprised of an initial €115m lump sum offer along with a further €45m in add ons.
Juve paid just €40m to sign him from Palermo two years ago and the Argentina international and he has netted four times in two appearances this season.
He contributed 19 goals and nine assists in 48 competitive matches for Juventus in 2016-17.