Despite turning down a late offer from Tottenham Hotspur, Juventus may still sell Paulo Dybala with PSG interested.
The 25-year-old was initially expected to make the switch to Manchester United in exchange for Romelu Lukaku, only for the deal to collapse at the last minute.
A deadline day agreement between Juve and Spurs was reached, only for the Bianconeri to pull out of the move, late in the day.
According to reports from TopCalcio24 journalist, Luca Momblano, Juve coach Maurizio Sarri played a part in convincing the club to keep Dybala after lengthy talks between the two.
Despite Sarri’s insistence, reports from Gazzetta Dello Sport suggest that Juve may still consider offers for Dybala with Paris Saint-Germain the latest interested club.
There has been a suggestion that talks between PSG director Leonardo and La Joya’s entourage have already taken place in recent weeks.
Gazzetta also reported that Juve would consider selling Dybala outside of Italy as they wouldn’t entertain offers to sell or trade him with Inter.