Liverpool have to agree £100,000-per-week deal to sign attacker on a free transfer

Liverpool have to agree £100,000-per-week deal to sign attacker on a free transfer
Liverpool have to agree £100,000-per-week deal to sign attacker on a free transfer

Sadio Mane’s move to Bayern Munich has caused Liverpool to lose their most versatile attacker. The Senegalese international proved to be brilliant in the center position as well as on the flanks.

The Reds also sold key impact players like Belgian superstar Divock Origi and Japanese international Takumi Minamino.

Especially in the wide offensive areas, the Merseysiders are currently lacking in depth. In the central positions, stars like Jota, Firmino, and recent additions Nunez and Carvalho are prominently featured.

The Brazilian prodigy Antony has been linked with Liverpool, but the Ajax winger will cost between £70-£80 million.

Instead, in my opinion, Liverpool needs to step in and sign Paulo Dybala, an Argentina international, who is now a free agent after his deal with Juventus expired on June 30.

As versatile as Mane, the La Albiceleste forward has consistently scored and assisted goals from various offensive positions throughout the years.

In the 2019/2020 season, Dybala made 25 league starts, directly assisted 11 goals, and scored 11 himself. Dybala was named Serie A Player of the Year ahead of Ronaldo.

In all competitions for the Bianconeri last season, the former Palermo player scored 15 goals and provided 6 assists.

The 28-year-old star has won many titles in each major domestic championship with the Old Lady and possesses the quality and experience necessary to strengthen Anfield’s strike force.

It should be remembered that the 34-cap international is just asking for a £100,000 weekly pay (La Gazzetta Dello Sport via The Faithful MUFC)

Liverpool was heavily linked to Dybala in January (TMW). I believe Klopp needs to make an effort to entice the South American on a Bosman this summer since the playmaker is available for free and is not demanding exorbitant salaries.

Should Liverpool approve a £100,000 per week contract to sign Paulo Dybala, in your opinion?

What are your thoughts, should Liverpool agree to £100,000-per-week deal to sign Paulo Dybala?

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