Real Madrid are reportedly planning to offer Toni Kroos or Isco plus cash for Juventus' Paulo Dybala this summer. The Spanish giants have made contact with their Italian counterparts to talk about a possible move for the 25-year-old Argentinian, and Juventus will be able to choose whether they want Kroos or Isco
That's according to Sport Mediaset who claim that Madrid will offer Kroos or Isco as part of a deal to sign Dybala.
The Spanish midfielder represents a vale of €60m while Kroos is valued at €50m, bringing the potential value of the deal between €150m and €160m.
The report claims that Juventus have not responded to the offer as the Italians are currently working out their own transfer strategy under newly-appointed boss Andrea Pirlo.
Juventus sacked Maurizio Sarri on Saturday, following the club's exit from the Champions League, and Pirlo, who had been appointed as head coach of the Under-23 side last week, was given the reigns of the first-team squad.
However, the Italian title holders want to keep the Argentine forward as the club seeks to strengthen following their Champions League elimination.
Dybala has been in talks with Juventus over a new contract amid transfer speculation with Paris Saint-Germain also interested. The 26-year-old was courted by Premier League duo Tottenham and Manchester United last summer before a move collapsed.
He chipped in with 17 goals in all competitions as Juventus bagged the Serie A title last season.