Juventus reportedly looking at USMNT star to replace Dybala


With Paulo Dybala set to make his exit this summer, Juventus have already started looking to find replacements for the Argentinian attacker.

According to reports from Italy, namely Tuttosport, the Bianconeri are apparently tracking the situation around Christian Pulisic. Although the American international made history when he signed for approximately $73 million (£57.6 million), making him not just the most expensive American but most expensive North American overall of all time, he hasn't enjoyed as much first-team action as he would like, with just ten starts so far this season.

As such, the USMNT star could be looking to make a move this summer, with Serie A and Juventus being mooted as a potential destination. While nothing concrete has been discussed openly regarding fees and terms, should he opt to make a move, it would make him the second American signing by the Bianconeri, following the permanent acquisition of his USMNT teammate Weston McKennie last March.

That is, provided that McKennie, who's been out for the last couple of months following a broken foot, isn't himself on the move as some other reports claim that Tottenham, currently managed by Antonio Conte, are keen on his services.

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