Juventus could be prepared to use Paulo Dybala as a way of bringing Atletico Madrid’s Joao Felix to the club.

I Bianconeri are said to be believed to be keen on the Portuguese starlet and have been left on high alert after the youngster’s falling out with Diego Simeone during the derby with Real Madrid showed that he is not happy at the Wanda Metropolitano.

Indeed, he might be happier in Turin and at the Allianz Arena with Juventus as Cristiano Ronaldo is already at the club, however whether Los Rojiblancos are ready to entertain a deal for their ace remains to be seen.

Nonetheless, CalcioMercato have reported that the young winger has failed to establish a relationship with his manager and is said to be favourable to a move away from the Spanish capital.

They have also claimed that they are considering to offer Dybala as part of the negotiations to sweeten any potential deal as their own star has had a torrid time and appears ready to move on.

Indeed, he almost joined Tottenham Hotspur, whilst the arrival of Alvaro Morata has seen him fall further down the pecking order as Cristiano Ronaldo will unlikely ever be dropped. The 27-year-old has managed to make just eight appearances so far in the Serie A (five starts) and has scored one goal (per WhoScored).

I Bianconeri could have some competition on their hands, though, for Felix as Inter Milan are said to be interested in the Portuguese talent and could consider their own swap deal.

It is claimed that they could include Lautaro Martinez in any offer, as the Argentine forward is said to be interested in looking for a new club himself as soon as possible, thus potentially providing us with a two-horse race for his signature in the coming transfer windows.

Whilst Felix arrived at the Wanda Metropolitano for a massive fee with plenty of expectations on his shoulders, he has failed to really make the impact that Atletico Madrid would have desired.

There could be an argument made that the 21-year-old does not fit the system that Simeone utilises at Los Rojiblancos, although there might be some doubts as to whether he would fit in the one used by Andrea Pirlo.

Nonetheless, he still has a number of years ahead of him in his career as he has only really just started it. If Juventus do sign him, it could be huge for them and for the Serie A, but time will surely tell.