According to Diario Gol, the Argentine Superstar will offer too much competition in Barcelona’s Playing XI.
Dybala is seven years younger than Messi and plays in his preferred position.
Diario Gol reports that Catalan Giants were interested in the player’s services but Messi was not in favour of the deal.
Meanwhile, the reports also suggests that the player was excited for a move to Camp Nou.
However he reluctantly accepted that the move is unlikely to happen, as Messi holds so much influence at the club.
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Diario Gol reports that the player has told his fellow teammates that the mood between him and Messi, is tensed in the national team camp.
Real Madrid are also keen to buy Argentine Superstar. But some new reports suggest that the La Liga Champions will reportedly favour a move for Tottenham Star Harry Kane.
According to Daily Mirror, United Chief Ed Woodward, is interested in bringing the Argentine Superstar to Old Trafford and has told his representatives that if he is anytime interested in moving out of Turin, then the United Boss Jose Mourinho will be interested in bringing him to England.
Even though Juventus is in strong position, as the player doesn’t have any release clause in his contract and hence the club can demand a huge offer and Manchester United must be prepare to break their bank accounts in order to bring the player to Camp Nou.
Ed Woodward and Juventus’s General Manager are on good terms after both the clubs agreed on a £89M move for Paul Pogba back in 2016.
Pogba is close with Dybala after having worked with him during his Juventus days, before moving to Old Trafford.
The Frenchman is really impressed by his ex-teammate and thinks that he has a huge potential.
Pogba: “I call Dybala ‘Square R2’. That’s the combination you press on PlayStation to do a turn and shot,” said Pogba.
“He always scores like that.
“Has he surprised me? No, because I always said he was a phenomenon.
“To do what he has done, playing for Juve, is something phenomenal.”