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Liverpool Eye Paulo Dybala as Potential replacement for Mo Salah

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Liverpool will be bringing Juventus forward Paulo Dybala to Anfield this summer, if Mohamed Salah agrees on a deal with Real Madrid.

The Egyptian king has been the most profitable forward for the Reds this season, with his 43 goals run of impressive form, and has led the Merseysiders to their first Champions League final in almost 10 years, where they will be facing off the Los Blancos.

While Madrid being known for acquiring best young talents in Europe, will be looking to knock on the Reds door when the transfer window pops open this summer.

With Madrid aging attack (Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema and Gareth Bale have all passed the age 30-mark), Zinedine Zidane keen on returning the best attack in Europe back to his team, as they will be looking to sign the ex-Roma team to Santiago Bernabeu.

However, should Salah become interested in being a Galatico, Jurgen Klopp already spotted a potential replacement to fill his void at Anfield. But the quest to bring in Dybala could be a lot difficult as Juventus has always rebuffed all offers considering the sale of their forward.

According to some reports in the media, the 24-year-old Argentine forward is might finally leave the Old Lady for a new challenge in Europe, with Manchester City, Bayern Munich and Champions League to have shown their interests.

The Biaconeris’ boss Massimiliano Allegri, whose future with the club is on a thin rope, revealed that the Argentine forward will be staying put at Turin this summer.

“At the end of this season, we will have a meeting like usual to program next season,” he said.

“Dybala? He is an important player who can still grow a lot.”

Inspite of all rumours surrounding the departure of Mo Salah to Bernabeu, Klopp is confident his Egyptian forward will be staying put at Anfield but identified Paulo Dybala as the best replacement he could get should a deal pull through with Madrid.

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