Spanish giants Barcelona reportedly rejected two opportunities to recruit Juventus hotshot Paulo Dybala, according to La Sexta.
The Catalans were in the market for a high-profile forward after cashing in on Neymar and the player’s agent told them that Dybala was available for €120 million.
However, Barcelona made signing Philippe Coutinho their number one priority, although they eventually had to settle for Ousmane Dembele.
The Catalans then had a chance to sign Dybala on transfer deadline day, but again failed to do so as sporting director Robert Fernandez does not think the Argentine is compatible with his compatriot Leo Messi.
Meanwhile, Paulo Dybala continues to impress in Turin, having already bagged 6 goals in first three matches of the new season.
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