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“I Still Have An Interest”- Barcelona Linked Free Agent Expresses His Interest To Move To Catalonia

Paulo Dybala is without a doubt one of the most captivating players now available on the transfer market. He is one of many highly desirable assets currently available. When the Argentine’s contract with Juventus expires in June, he will become a free agent. Numerous teams in Europe have already shown interest in signing him.


Is Barcelona interested in Paulo Dybala?

It has been reported by SkySport Italy that Dybala’s dream is to play for one of the high profile teams: Barcelona, Manchester City, Manchester United, or Real Madrid. On the other hand, none of them is considering the forward at this time.

The Catalans believe that the signing of the Argentine player is both pointless and problematic from an economic standpoint. There is already a player on the squad named Memphis Depay who plays a position quite similar to this one. In addition, the signing of a pure No. 9 is considered a higher priority than any other signing.


What did Paulo Dybala say about his future?

According to recent reports, Inter Milan is now in the lead in the competition to recruit him. Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, AC Milan, and AS Roma are not too far behind with their interest in signing Dybala. Before Argentina’s match against Italy earlier this week, Dybala was questioned about his future, and he responded as follows:

“Don’t worry about me; the other folks with whom I work have everything under control. When I’m in Italy, I feel completely at ease. I still have an interest in playing in other leagues such as the Premier League and La Liga. But for the time being, I’m content playing in Italy.”

At the moment, Barcelona is concentrating their efforts on acquiring Robert Lewandowski as a player. The Catalans are still suffering from the effects of their financial problems. They are making every effort to clear space on their salary bill to be able to register fresh signings.


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