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11/01/2019 - 15:49 BST

Claim From Italy: Man City One of Three Teams To Fail With Bid For Juventus Star


Manchester City are one of three clubs to have had an offer rejected for Juventus forward Paulo Dybala, it has been claimed.

Dybala has been one of the centre-pieces of Juventus’ success over the last few years and is considered one of the elite attacking talents of world football the moment.

The Argentine has played a pivotal role in Juventus maintaining their domination of Italian football and the forward steps they have taken in the Champions League over the last few seasons.

There has been speculation over Dybala’s long term future at Juventus, with some of the biggest clubs in Europe hoping to snare him away from the Italian champions.


Juventus have always maintained that the forward is not for sale and, according to Italian outlet TuttoJuve, their stance has not changed despite receiving big money offers for the Argentine.

It has been claimed Manchester City, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid tabled big-money bids for Dybala in recent weeks, but have faced nothing but disappointment.


The Bianconeri rejected those bids and have continued to insist that Dybala is not for sale.

Unless Dybala pushes for a move, it is unlikely the Italian champions will seriously consider any bids for him.