Last week Juventus announced that Argentine forward, Paulo Dybala, will be leaving the club this summer– but where will the Argentine forward end up in the summer?
Paulo Dybala Transfer News & Odds
Paulo Dybala Transfer News & Odds
Tottenham Hotspur Odds: 4/1
A realistic option for Paulo Dybala could be a move to Tottenham this summer. Spurs tried to sign him in the summer of 2019, and though Dybala never played under Antonio Conte at Juventus, he would be joining former Juve teammates Dejan Kulusevski and Rodrigo Bentancur if he decided to join the Lillywhites.
Spurs have a proven track record dealing with the Italian giants Juventus and are in the market for a forward. Harry Kane's potential departure is still on the cards, Spurs need to bolster their forward options for the 2022/23 season, and free-agent Dybala has been a target before.
At short odds, Dybala is just 4/1 to join Tottenham, with the Argentine's wage demands being the only hurdle for the prudent Daniel Levy.
Atletico Madrid Odds: 5/1
Atletico Madrid are another rumoured suitor for the Argentinian, as Diego Simeone reportedly wants his fellow countryman at the Wanda Metropolitano.
Uruguayan forward Luis Suarez looks likely to leave this summer as Simeone looks to freshen up his forward line, and with Dybala being available on a free transfer, this is the perfect opportunity for Atletico to make their mark.
Noticeably, Simeone tends to like a striker that can link play up well, having already got the likes of Joao Felix and Antoine Griezmann on the books - Dybala would fit perfectly into this mould.
Inter Milan Odds: 5/1
Another club said to be interested in the Juventus forward, is fellow Serie A club, Inter Milan.
Inter have consistently targeted free agents over the past few seasons, with the likes of Edin Dzeko and Arturo Vidal both joining the club on a free.
With Dzeko aged 36 and nearing the end of his career, Inter still need to fill the void left by last summer's departure of Romelu Lukaku. The move may be difficult, as the two sides are bitter rivals, however, if Dybala wants to stay in Italy, Inter would be his most likely destination now that his time at Juventus is coming to an end.
5/1 seems a reasonable price for the argentine forward to move south to join another Serie A powerhouse.
Arsenal Odds: 6/1
The rebuild at Arsenal has been slow, and fans have been patiently dealing with underwhelming results under Arteta.
However, Arsenal's form this year has meant that Champions League football is within touching distance, and Dybala could be tempted by a move to north London.
With the January departure of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to Barcelona and the ongoing contract situation with Alex Lacazette, Arsenal are certainly in the market for a new striker. With most of the gunner's goalscoring threat coming from wide men Saka and Martinelli, Dybala’s signature could ease the pressure on the young wingers as the club are in desperate need of a forward who can provide goals and link the play.
Dybala fits the bill for the Gunners, and at 6/1 we could be seeing the Juve forward in red next season. With an opportunity to catch up to powerhouses Liverpool and Manchester City, Arsenal will be looking to improve a number of positions in their squad, with a forward being a top priority.
PSG Odds: 7/1
PSG currently have one of the most star-studded forward lines in Europe, boasting World Cup winner- Mbappe, the most expensive player of all time- Neymar, and 7-time Ballon d’Or winner Messi.
However, with Mbappe’s departure from PSG this summer becoming increasingly likely, they will be looking to replace the Frenchman's goals. Paulo Dybala is just 6/1 to join PSG, and with an expected summer clear out of fringe players such as Julian Draxler and Mauro Icardi, PSG certainly would have room in their squad for the former Palermo striker.
Barcelona Odds: 8/1
Xavi’s recent appointment has started a revolution at the Catalan giants, smashing El Clasico rivals Real Madrid 4-0 at the Bernabeu before the international break. While they are unlikely to catch Los Blancos in La Liga this season, this summer offers a huge chance to build on their recent January transfers and create a competitive squad without Lionel Messi.
The Blaugranas have adopted a recent policy of signing free transfers, such as the imminent signing of Frank Kessie from AC Milan, and the January signing of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. Dybala would fit the mould of another cheap signing.
Barca are steeped in history when it comes to South American stars, going back to the days of Diego Maradona, Romario, Rivaldo, Ronaldo, Messi and more, of which Dybala could add his name to this list with a move to the Nou Camp.
Manchester United Odds: 9/1
With Cristiano Ronaldo’s departure unlikely this summer, Paulo Dybala could be swayed by an offer to join up with his former teammate at Old Trafford having been reportedly offered to the club by his entourage.
With Ralf Ragnick looking to stay on as a Consultant, a move for Dybala may be unlikely, as a change in policy at the club is expected this summer. Though, Manchester United’s previous links to Dybala could make signing the Argentinan on a free a realistic prospect, especially with fans demanding significant squad changes this summer.
In recent years Manchester United have signed several high profile forwards, with the likes of Zlatan Ibrahimović, Edinson Cavani and most recently Cristiano Ronaldo coming to United, the Argentinian attacker could replace Cavani, who looks set to leave upon his contract expiring in the summer.
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