Serie A champions Juventus are ready to cash in on Liverpool long-term Paulo Dybala, according to claims from the Italian media sources, however, will only listen to offers around €80 million this summer.
According to Corriere dello Sport, as cited by Calciomercato, competition for the Argentina international’s services is heating up ahead of the summer transfer window.
Former Palermo man has not enjoyed a particularly successful this campaign in Turin and has fallen out of favour under Massimiliano Allegri leading to the speculations over his possible exit from the club.
Liverpool could be keen to add more attacking options to the ranks ahead of next campaign as they bid to continue their push for titles under Jurgen Klopp.
However, if they are keen on to sign Dybala, they may face competition from several European teams. The report states that Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid, Manchester City and Bayern Munich are also keen to lure him away from Turin.
Meanwhile, Liverpool have reportedly joined the crowded race for Serie A giants Inter Milan centre-back Milan Skriniar.
Slovenian centre-back is widely regarded as one of the best defenders in European football and a host of teams across Europe eyeing move for his signature – including Manchester Utd and Manchester City – have been rumoured with his services.
The 24-year-old’s agent, Mithat Halis, reports that both La Liga giants Barcelona and Real Madrid want to secure the services of the Slovenian defender in this summer’s transfer window.
Liverpool head-coach Jurgen Klopp has reportedly set his sights on securing services of Ajax winger David Neres who has been a long-term target for Arsenal.
The 22-year-old Brazilian attacker is one of a number of players who have shined at the Dutch giants this campaign, with the forward managed to found back of the net 10 times and provided 10 assists from 40 appearences in the Champions League and Eredivisie.
However, that has inevitably led to an interest in the South American forward, and Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester United are believed to be keeping tabs on the situation.
According to The Sun, Liverpool head-coach Jurgen Klopp will instruct the club board to make a move for the 22-year-old forward as he bids to freshen up his attack ahead of next campaign.
The Merseyside Reds are well stocked for options in the final third, however, Daniel Sturridge, Adam Lallana and Divock Origi could all leave the team in the summer.
Neres has just over three years left on his current deal, however, Ajax may be prepared to consider offers around £40m for his signature.
If Liverpool managed to beat Arsenal in their efforts to sign Neres, however, the reports claim that the Gunners have plan b and eyeing move for Donny van de Beek who has been also one of the best players in Ajax.
Liverpool are reportedly still interested in planning summer move for French attacking midfielder Nabil Fekir.
The France international was on the verge of making move for the Merseyside Reds last year, only for a deal to fall through following the Frenchman’s injury who has latter managed to win the world-cup tittle.
Nabil Fekir has since been touted as a target for the Blues and Real Madrid, however, French media outlet L’Equipe reports that the Merseyside Reds are also in the running to land him at Anfield.
Serie A champions are expected to provide further competition, however, and France international star is keeping his options open as he approaches the final 12 months of his Lyon deal.
The Ligue 1 giants wanted £60m for the forward last year, however, that asking price is expected to be lowered in the summer following his contract situation at Lyon.
Meanwhile, Serie A champions Juventus are keeping tabs on the progress of reported Liverpool transfer target Bruno Fernandes, according to the Record reports.
The Sporting CP prolific midfielder is attracting lots of attention after some impressive performances for the Portuguese outfit this campaign.
The Merseyside Reds are one of the teams believed to be interested in securing his services him this summer, as they look to add even more quality to their squad.
An attack-minded playmaker possessing the great technical ability and keeping tabs for goal, Fernandes is seen as someone who can be a leader of the midfield area of any team.
The Merseyside Reds will face stiff competition for the Portugues international midfielder, however, and Serie A champions Juventus have now emerged as contenders.