Guardiola set to bid for Paulo Dybala
After the arrival of Bernardo Silva from Monaco, Pep Guardiola is already looking to bring in more players to his squad and Dybala is at the top of his target list.
Pep Guardiola signaled his intentions and ambitions for next season by beating Manchester United to the signature of Monaco's Bernardo Silva for a whopping €50 million early on in the transfer window.
Spanish news outlet Don Balon has now reported that Guardiola is already looking to strengthen his squad further and has the full backing of the City board with €300 million being set aside for transfer targets in the summer.
The report stated that the first player on the agenda is Juventus midfielder, Paulo Dybala.
The Argentine has taken his game to a new level this season, following the departure of Paul Pogba to Manchester United. He has scored 19 goals and registered 7 assists in 47 appearances this season, including two goals scored against Barcelona in the quarter-finals of the Champions League as the Turin club knocked out the Catalan giants.
Despite Dybala signing a contract extension just last month that will keep him at Juventus till 2022, many clubs are still interested in signing him. Manchester City will have to compete with the likes of Barcelona and Real Madrid for the 23-year-old.
Dybala will be a key player in Juventus' quest to complete a historic treble when they play Real Madrid in the Champions League final on June 3.