Liverpool have set their eyes on Juventus playmaker Paulo Dybala and they have reportedly made an offer for his signature.
The Reds sold Phillippe Coutinho to Barcelona last winter and are yet to find a perfect replacement for the Brazilian star.
Having ended last term in the fourth position, Jurgen Klopp is desperately in search of a better playmaker who will create better goalscoring opportunities for his deadly frontline to finish in the upcoming season.
The German manager has developed an interest in Argentina international Paulo Dybala, who was tracked by Manchester United last winter.
The Argentine was one of Juventus star players during last campaign but his time with the Turin outfits could be as good as over should the Serie A giants complete their surprise move for Cristiano Ronaldo.
According to Tuttomercatoweb, the Old Lady are one step away from completing the Portuguese signature.
Once Ronaldo’s deal is completed, Juve will definitely let go of Dybala so as to create space for Ronaldo, who is arguably the best player in the world.
Dybala is a great goalscorer and a perfect man to anchor Liverpool’s performance from the centre of the pitch. He will play alongside Fabinho and Naby Keita in the coming season.
According to TEAMtalk, he is set to cost the Reds a sum of £140m due to his exploits for the Serie A Champions during last season, in which he scored 27 goals in all competitions.