Real Madrid are looking to capitalise on Paulo Dybala’s reported unhappiness at Juventus to sign the forward, reported Diario AS.
The 25-year-old was in hot water at the Bianconeri after storming off from the touchline during a recent 3-3 draw against Parma.
The report now suggests that Los Blancos have been interested in signing the Argentine for the past three years and now believe there is a genuine possibility for a move this summer.
Juve boss Max Allegri, who brought the forward off the bench against Sassuolo on Sunday, said this weekend: “Dybala has apologised, as was only to be expected from an intelligent lad like him.”
Madrid are said to be willing to sanction a €120m move for the forward this summer and could negotiate that price down significantly by including full-back Marcelo in the deal.
The Brazilian defender has long-term been admired by Juve.