Juventus have reportedly named their price for Paulo Dybala.
The Argentina international has been repeatedly linked with Manchester United ahead of the January transfer window, and Jose Mourinho is looking for a 'magician' who can add extra creativity to his attack.
Reports have suggested a £60m bid from United for Dybala but the Independent claims those stories were met with 'derision' in Turin and Juventus have made clubs aware that any negotiations would need to start at £140m.
And should more than one club enter the race, they would hope for a fee closer to £200m.
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