Juventus Rejects Barcelona’s €90​m Offer for Star Player

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Juventus have rejected an offer of around €90​m for Paulo Dybala from Spanish champions Barcelona, ​Tuttosport reports.

Juventus' forward from Argentina Paulo Dybala (R) and Juventus' midfielder from France Paul Pogba celebrate with the trophy after winning the Italian Tim Cup final football match AC Milan vs Juventus on May 21, 2016 at the Olympic Stadium in Rome. Juventus won 0-1 in the extra time. AFP PHOTO / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE / AFP / FILIPPO MONTEFORTE (Photo credit should read FILIPPO MONTEFORTE/AFP/Getty Images)

The Argentinian has taken Serie A by storm since joining Juve from Palermo last summer, scoring 19 goals in 34 league appearances in his debut season. His contribution was key to helping the club retain the Scudetto, and the Coppa Italia.

It was earlier reported that current European champions, Real Madrid made an unsuccessful offer for the player last week – lodging a bid between €70-80m – but rivals Barcelona have now entered the mix and seen their advances rejected too. The Catalan giants offered a significantly higher fee, but Juve are looking to remain big players in European football and hold on to their star names.

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