Juventus official Fabio Paratici has debunked transfer reports linking the club with a move for Liverpool forward Mohammed Salah ahead of the summer’s transfer window.
Fabio Paratici occupies the sporting director role at Italian Serie A giants Juventus.
The Juventus chief shut down the transfer rumours while he was on Radio Rai as he said that fantasy football is what’s happening right now and that Real transfer business would happen in the summer.
Recent reports had claimed that Juventus want to sign the aforementioned in a £175m and that Juventus have already informed senior players about the proposed move including Cristiano Ronaldo.
Ronaldo joined the Old Lady at the start of the season in a club-record deal from Spanish La Liga Champions Real Madrid and he was handed his no. 7 immediately.
The Salah transfer will dwarf his own transfer if it happens.
It was also revealed that Juventus are open to the idea of offering Liverpool Paulo Dybala plus cash in their quest to sign Mohamed Salah who has become a key player for the Reds since his $44m move from AS Roma in the summer of 2017.
He was instrumental to the Reds’ run to the Champions League final last season before they succumbed to Real Madrid.