Reigning Serie A champions Juventus have named their price for forward Paulo Dybala, demanding in excess of €100m for his services as Bayern Munich and Manchester United consider summer moves.
The 25-year-old has endured his worst season in front of goal for the Old Lady since his move from Palermo in 2015, netting just ten goals in 39 games.
His poor form has led to speculation regarding the future of the forward this summer, but Calciomercato report that anybody interested in the dynamic forward's services will have to stump up some serious cash.
That's because the aforementioned media outlet claim the Turin-based club will only listen to offers in excess of €100m, with the hierarchy at Juve willing to sanction the sale of Dybala to fund their summer transfer business.
That could change if Massimiliano Allegri is replaced in the dugout ahead of next season, although Juventus won't be short of suitors should they look to push through the sale of Dybala.
Bayern Munich are certainly in the market for new attackers ahead of the departures of both Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery at the end of the season, with the Argentine no stranger to operating in wide areas.
Dybala has spent the past four seasons at Juventus, winning four Serie A titles and reaching the 2017 Champions League final, although his side lost out to Real Madrid for a trophy that has eluded the club since 1996.