Liverpool make Paulo Dybala transfer decision
Liverpool are reportedly prepared to snub an attempt to sign Paulo Dybala, should Juventus demand Mohamed Salah in a part-exchange deal for the Argentine.
The Italian champions are keeping a close watch on the proceedings of the Egypt international and reports have recently indicated that Cristiano Ronaldo has urged them to lure the attacker to Turin.
However, the Reds are said to have no ambition of accepting the rumoured £175m package for their leading performer, even if they are offered Dybala to head in the opposite direction, The Star reports.
Salah has continued his bright form from his debut campaign and he has already contributed 20 goals in 32 appearances - which is 12 more than what Dybala has achieved over the course of the season.
Elsewhere, the Merseyside outfit are being fancied to make an approach for Malcom, who has struggled for regular gametime since joining Barcelona from Bordeaux last summer.
The Spanish heavyweights are likely to demand a fee in the region of £50m for the Brazilian, although the Reds may approach for an initial loan agreement.