Real Madrid Targeting Griezmann And Dybala To Replace Cristiano Ronaldo

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Real Madrid will go all out to find a long-term replacement of Cristiano Ronaldo this summer and they want Paulo Dybala or Antoine Griezmann as their next galactico signing, according to reports.

Juventus attacker Dybala has been heavily linked with a summer move to Real Madrid and Barcelona over the past few months following his sensational rise through the ranks in Italy.

Madrid are reported to be a bit concerned with Cristiano Ronaldo’s current form despite the Portuguese star’s 19 goals from 22 La Liga games. They believe he is slowing down gradually, so a long-term replacement should be unearthed as soon as possible.

Juventus are keen to tie down Dybala to a longer deal as his current contract running until 2020. But with the Italian giants yet to start talks over an extension, Real Madrid are desperate to take advantage of his situation beating Barcelona who are also heavily linked with him.

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The latest reports claim Dybala already has reached a verbal agreement with Real chief Florentino Perez to secure a Bernabeu switch in the summer. In case Dybala decides not to join the Madrid giants, then there is Antoine Griezmann, Bernabeu hierarchy will switch their focus on the Atletico marksman.

Juventus' Paulo Dybala celebrates after scoring first goal.

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Spanish publication Diario Gol claim Perez is working round the clock to make sure 23-year-old Juventus forward moves to the Spanish capital and not Barcelona.

But it appears Dybala already prefers a move to Real over their arch rivals with the report claiming he doesn’t want to link up with Lionel Messi and Neymar.

It is believed the Argentine feels he would not shine in his own right with the pair already the star names at Camp Nou.

But Dybala’s signature definitely won’t come cheap with the report suggesting Juve will only open talks when offers are at least £100m.


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  1. kent on March 23, 2017 at 2:53 am

    Dybala isn’t going anywhere, he is staying at Juve!!

  2. Ashaley on March 23, 2017 at 2:03 pm

    I think the earlier Real Madrid lets Ronaldo go, the better it would be for the team. Too much arrogance and also retarding the progress and freedom of other players to develop. Just see how Jesse is performing in Las Pamas

    • Ebenezer on March 24, 2017 at 2:33 pm

      I think real Madrid will be an ingrate to let c Rinaldo leave so early like that but if you want him out just wanna see him @united anyway

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