Juventus enter Neymar transfer race with stunning £95m plus Paulo Dybala offer as they look to beat Barcelona and Real Madrid to PSG star

By | 19th August 2019

JUVENTUS have reportedly launched an incredible £95million bid plus Paulo Dybala for Neymar.

Spanish newspaper AS claims the Serie A champions have come forward with a tempting proposal for the Paris Saint-Germain superstar ahead of this week’s Italian transfer deadline.

Juventus have launched a £95m bid plus Paulo Dybala for Neymar

Neymar is believed to be unhappy in France two years after a world-record £200million move from Barcelona.

His former club have reportedly been trying to bring him back to the Nou Camp this summer.

And Philippe Coutinho’s loan move to Bayern Munich has freed up a place in their star-studded squad.

Real Madrid have also been linked with a bid for Brazilian superstar Neymar.

But it’s now reckoned that Juventus are leading the race to land his coveted signature.

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Maurizio Sarri has already spent a huge sum of money on big names including Matthijs de Ligt, Danilo and Cristian Romero.

But there is room for improvement in the final third and Juve reckon Neymar is the missing piece in their jigsaw to win the Champions League.

Neymar’s arrival in Turin would allow Cristiano Ronaldo to play through the centre.

And it’s said that Juventus are offering a whopping £95m in cash, as well as exiled Argentine forward Dybala.

Spurs trying landing the playmaker earlier this summer, and Juve remain keen to get him off their books.

The Italians are apparently ready to match Neymar’s £34m-a-ye arwages which he currently gets at PSG.

But his capture means they would have to open a quick-fire sale for the likes of Mario Mandzukic, Gonzalo Higuain, Blaise Matuidi and Daniele Rugani to balance the books.

Dybala is not wanted by Juve and could be heading to France

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