After reports in Spain recently claimed that Liverpool are interested in signing Dybala this summer, Addison had this to say on the matter.
He said: “It’s an interesting one. There’s been speculation in the past about him coming to England and maybe being interested in a move to the Premier League, so I’d say it’s one to watch out for.
“If the links do get stronger over the next few weeks, I think it’s it’s one that would make a little bit of sense, certainly footballing-wise.”
Dybala signed to Juventus back in 2015 from fellow Italian side Palermo for a fee of £36 million. Since then, the 27-year-old, who is currently valued at £63 million, has made a total of 244 appearances for Juventus across all competitions in which he has managed to score 99 goals and provide 40 assists in the process (per Transfermarkt).
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TIF Thoughts on Matt Addison’s comments on Dybala and his link to Liverpool…
Given how only Cristiano Ronaldo has had more shots at goal (5.2) than Dybala in Serie A so far this season (2.6) and the fact that Dybala has made more key passes (1.8) than any other Juventus player just shows how much of an attacking threat he has been for Andrea Pirlo’s side (per WhoScored).
This could potentially put him in a good position for a move to Anfield this summer after former Reds defender and Sky Sports pundit Jamie Carragher said in recent weeks that the lack of goals being scored by Klopp’s side is becoming a real worry.