Carlo Anceltti who takes charge at Allianz Arena next season hopes to sign highly-rated striker Paulo Dybala, according to reputed Italian outlet La Gazetta dello Sport. The former Chelsea manager replaces Manchester City-bound Pep Guardiola at Bayern Munich at the end of the season but has already created a transfer wishlist.
Robert Lewandowski has been widely linked with a move to Real Madrid in the summer, and the prospect of replacing the aging Cristiano Ronaldo in the long-term has apparently enticed him. The Polish striker has scored 27 goals and 4 assists across all competitions, and Paulo Dybala has been lined up to fill his shoes next season.
The Juventus striker has been directly involved in 24 goals this season and has succeeded in proving his doubters wrong though he has not gone off the mark in the Champions League. He is contracted to the Turin outfit until 2020, and accordingly, the Bavarians should break the bank to secure his signature.
At a tender age of 22, he still has, at least, a decade of elite-level football left in him and has already been touted to become a potential Ballon d’Or winner in the near future. His introduction into the Bayern Munich first team will offer a different dimension to their attack as he is pacier and less physical than the Pole.
Bayern Munich travel to Ruhrstadion to face second-tier side Bochum in their DFB-Pokal quarter final fixture on Wednesday night, and their Polish superstar could put an end to his 116-minute long goal drought.