Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos is reportedly keen for his club to seal the transfer of Juventus forward Paulo Dybala if they miss out on Chelsea’s Eden Hazard.
The Spanish giants have been strongly linked with Hazard for much of this summer, with the Belgium international clearly the kind of big name Madrid fans would love to see come in to replace Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Portuguese superstar joined Juventus this summer, and that could actually now benefit Los Blancos if they cannot persuade Chelsea to sell Hazard.
This is because, according to Don Balon, Dybala could be looking to leave Turin after Ronaldo’s arrival made it that much harder for himself to cement a place in Massimiliano Allegri’s starting XI.
The Argentina international has shown plenty of promise during his time with Juve, and it’s easy to see why top clubs might now be interested.
Don Balon claim Ramos wants Real to be in for him if they cannot land Hazard, which seems perfectly possible.
The Daily Mirror have claimed that CFC are refusing to allow themselves to be bullied into selling their star player on the cheap as they seemingly hope they can hold on to him and prevent an exit altogether.
Were they to achieve that, Dybala could undoubtedly be a fine alternative for Real’s attack.