The Express reported that Manchester City forward Aguero is looking forward to convince Juventus youngster Paulo Dybala to join the Premier League this summer.
The youngster had an incredible season at Juventus with 23 goals to his name in all competitions. The Argentinian youngster played a pivotal role in helping Juventus to secure back to back domestic doubles.
Top European clubs have shown interest in the Argentine forward this summer. His consistent form has grabbed a lot of eyeballs this season. Real Madrid, Chelsea and Manchester United are among the favourites to rope in the services of the youngster this transfer window.
Recent reports suggest that the incoming Man City manager Pep Guardiola is a huge admirer of the Juventus prodigy and would like to have him in the squad this summer. Pep witnessed the potential of the talented youngster in Bayern Munich’s quarter-final match against Juventus in the Champions League.
With his Argentinian teammate Aguero in the squad, football aficionados believe that it would be a lot easier for City to rope in the services of Dybala.
Dybala will not feature in Argentina’s Copa America Campaign this summer as he was dropped out from the final squad. However, it is believed that Aguero, knowing the potential that Dybala possesses, will push harder to bring him to Manchester City. With Aguero taking the charge up front as a deep lying forward, it is expected that Dybala will be offered the role of a supporting striker.
Dyabala has a release clause of £70m and Pep Guardiola will have to pull up a British transfer record fee to bring Dybaba to the Etihad.
Recent media reports suggest that Spanish giants Real Madrid are willing to match the asking amount and have already opened talks with Juventus. The player told the media that he dreams to don the Manchester City shirt and thus it is expected that Pep Guardiola is fond of the youngster will match the asking amount.
Paulo Dybala said: “When I play on PlayStation I always choose Barcelona or City. I dream of one day playing for one of those clubs.”