Liverpool will have to act fast if they want to sign Juventus ace Paulo Dybala this summer, with Bayern Munich lining up an £88 million bid for the Argentine, according to the Daily Mail.
Italian media outlet Mediaset Premium reported last month that Jürgen Klopp was keeping tabs on the Juve forward, with a view to making a summer bid for his services.
The Daily Mail claim that Bayern chiefs are growing increasingly more concerned that Robert Lewandowski could leave the Allianz Arena for Real Madrid this summer, and have identified Dybala as the ideal replacement.
The British newspaper report that the Bundesliga giants are prepared to pay £88 million for the 24-year-old, and Liverpool will need to act fast if they want to get their man.
The Argentina international is one of the continent's most exciting forwards, and the Merseyside outfit should do everything within their power to beat Bayern to his signature.
Liverpool are cash rich, following the sale of Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona last month, and they should be well capable of challenging the German's for Dybala.
The fact that the Bundesliga champions are preparing such a huge bid for the Juve man should force the Reds to make a move of their own, and if Klopp does in fact manage to bring Dybala to Anfield, it could turn out to be a signing of real significance for Liverpool.