After a season which is seeing him not play much due to a knee injury, Paulo Dybala is very likely to leave Juventus in the summer.
His importance in the side has dropped as time has gone by and the footballer is held in high esteem in Europe. The 'Bianconeri' want to let him go, but not through a normal sale. They want it to be part of a swap deal, 'Corriere dello Sport' reports.
Juventus, regardless of whether Cristiano Ronaldo ends up leaving or not, have reportedly got their eyes on Mauro Icardi and Antoine Griezmann.
They want to repeat the strategy used in the swap deal involving Miralem Pjanic and Arthur Melo with Barcelona. This time, they are also willing to talk to PSG.