Juventus’ signing of Cristiano Ronaldo will have repercussions in a number of different ways, one of which has already been on the club’s stock market value, which has risen since news of the his move to Turin was imminent.
With the total cost of the Ronaldo deal estimated to be 345 million euros, there is a strong possibility that Juventus will be willing to part with some of its more valuable current stars, in order to balance the books. And with this in mind, Liverpool are hoping to take advantage of the situation by attempting to snap up striker Paulo Dybala, and are willing to pay up to 90 million euros for the Argentinean.
This is according to a report by Argentinean broadcaster TyC, which claims that the Merseyside club would have already been in contact with representatives of player, who is currently on holidays in his native Argentina and has not been informed of Juventus’ intentions now that the club has secured the signature of Ronaldo.
With the Portuguese now set to take center stage in Turin, Liverpool may promise Dybala more of a starring role than what he would have at Juventus next season alongside Ronaldo.