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Paulo Dybala has been linked with a summer move to a number of European giants, but Juventus are not going to let him go cheaply.
The Argentine has had a disappointing season for Juve, scoring just four Serie A goals in 25 appearances, although he has managed five in seven Champions League matches.
Real Madrid and both Manchester clubs are interested in the services of the 25-year-old, but they may be put off by the giant fee that Juve are asking for.
Italian publication Corriere dello Sport are reporting that the ‘Old Lady’ want €120m (£102.69m) for Dybala this summer.
Man City are reportedly showing the most interest in the Argentina international, being described as ‘very attentive’ to his situation.
The trio of City, United and Real could all afford the nine-figure sum, but they may be tempted to look elsewhere or to stick with options they already have.
The La Liga side are likely to go on a whopping spending spree this summer under returning manager Zinedine Zidane.
The Spanish giants have been linked with moves for Eden Hazard, Neymar and Christian Eriksen, and whether they come off may dictate if they bid for Dybala.
It looks like it will be a spell of big change at the Santiago Bernabeu with Gareth Bale and Isco expected to leave in the off-season.