Italian football giant, Juventus, is reportedly ready to exchange Paulo Dybala to obey the wishes of Cristiano Ronaldo to get the Liverpool star, Mohamed Salah.
Dybala has been decent this season for the Bianconeri but his days do appear to be numbered in Turin, and several clubs are joining the race to acquire him from the Old Lady.
Ronaldo had been aiming to lift the prize for the sixth time in his career but, ultimately, was unable to steer his side over the line.
Reports in Italy have suggested that the Portugal international could leave Juventus in 2020 if the club fails to invest in the transfer market, with the star left devastated by the Ajax defeat.
Cristiano Ronaldo only moved to Serie A from Real Madrid back in the summer in a massive £105 million transfer deal.
Defeat on Tuesday to Ajax left Ronaldo sad and angry, with his mother revealing, “He was very sad. He would have liked to have gone to the final. He will be there for the next one. What did he say to me? ‘Mom I don’t make miracles’.”
The deal is far from done yet, but Salah moving to Juve would certainly aid their push for Champions League next season while also giving Ronaldo the ammunition he needs to score more goals and deliver more silverware for his team.
It is not certain if Liverpool will listen to any offers from any team, not minding the amount for Mohamed Salah with his current form, especially after he has hinted that he wants to keep his team together.
Since joining the Anfield from AS Roma, Mohamed Salah has been in great form and has helped to return Liverpool to competing for titles as they came close to winning the Champions League last campaign before they were defeated by Real Madrid in the finals.
(Featured Image: Facebook/Mohamed Salah)
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