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Paulo Dybala In Talks With Spanish Club Over Move (Full Details)

Paulo Dybala is already holding talks with potential suitors in Spain ahead of a move, MySportDab reports.

The Argentine refused to extend his contract with Juventus after talks on many occasions leading to nothing being agreed upon.

The Juve playmaker Paulo Dybala is now set to make a move elsewhere when the season comes to an end.

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English Premier League clubs are also interested in signing the player who they have once made their interests known in signing him.

Chelsea and Manchester United once made their move but Juventus were then not listening as they wanted €100 million from suitors.

The move was blocked on many occasions and nothing materialized after all talks the fee was the only problem as personal fees were already agreed upon.

This summer a move will finally be happening as his time in Italy has come to an end with just a few months left in his current contract.

Although nothing has been said if he will join another Serie A team the likes of Inter Milan and AC Milan might be looking into the idea of signing him for free.

Juventus forward Paulo Dybala is in talks to sign for Atletico Madrid, according to a report coming from Portuguese journalist Pedro Almeida.

The 28-year-old has also spoken to Diego Simeone about potentially moving to Wanda Metropolitano on a free transfer this summer.

Dybala has also been linked with Chelsea and Arsenal since Juve’s admission that they have been unable to tie him down to a contract extension.

The player has yet to make a decision concerning which club he will join next as his wages might also be another reason joining a big team might be hard.

Premier League clubs will be monitoring things as they might be looking to make the move happen when the summer window opens in the summer.

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