With Juventus close to confirming the signing of Dusan Vlahovic from Fiorentina, that’s certainly not very good news for other strikers in the Old Lady’s squad.

Paulo Dybala is one of the players who is frequently linked to a move out of Turin, and as he’s now set to have more competition for his position, a move is seen as more likely.

So as TuttoMercatoWeb today writes about his future, they point out that Liverpool’s interest in signing Dybala this year.

It’s claimed that the Reds have been following the striker’s situation ‘attentively’, and are studying an offer that ‘could arrive in the coming weeks’.

Good thing for Liverpool is that they’re apparently seen as an attractive destination for the 28-year-old, as they ‘have the player’s satisfaction’.

TuttoMercatoWeb takes things easy for now, claiming that Inter Milan are also attentive to the situation, and any developments will be done from February.

That’s when his future, as well as a potential renewal, will be discussed with Juventus.