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Italian League giants Juventus have reportedly concluded plans to sell Paulo Dybala and fund the signing of Portugal teenage sensation Joao Felix.
The striker became the youngest player to net a hat-trick in an Europa League earlier this week after inspiring Benfica to 4-2 win over Eintracht in the first leg of their quarterfinal clash.
His goal tally for the season stands at 14 goals and two assists in 30 appearances for the topflight side – a massive feat for the 19-year-old.
Felix was promoted to Benfica’s first team in the summer of 2018, and he has been one of the discoveries of the ongoing season.
He has a deal with his current club until June 2023, however, any club that want to sign him must cough out about £87 million to secure his services.
The youngster has been tipped as the next Cristiano Ronaldo of his generation and the Serie A side are considering a deal for the teenager, but want to sell Dybala to raise funds for him.
Meanwhile, Manchester United’s hopes of landing the young striker could be endangered with the Italian League giants interest in the youngster.
SunSport also reports that Felix has made it known he would love to play alongside Ronaldo, which means that the deal will favour Juve more than United at the end of the day.
Speaking to Tuttosport, he said: “All the best Portuguese players have gone to play in the most important foreign leagues, and of course I’d like to do that too .