Palermo's Paulo Dybala (R) fights for the ball with Juventus' defender Leonardo Bonucci (L)
Palermo’s Paulo Dybala (R) fights for the ball with Juventus’ defender Leonardo Bonucci (L) during the Italian Serie A football match Palermo vs Juventus on March 14, 2015 (Photo credit should read MARCELLO PATERNOSTRO/AFP/Getty Images)

Many have still in mind the negotiations that led Juan Iturbe to A.S. Roma, an initial price and ending much higher than the starting point with Juventus that has pulled out correctly, scared by the commissions payable to agents with a different final cost of over thirty million.

It is clear that Iturbe this year has made it much less of his value, and if the attack is water, much depends on the performance of the attacker below acceptable standards for now. Juventus has avoided overpaying the player, which did Roma. Now the same situation occurs again with Paulo Dybala, talent of Palermo that is doing very well with rosanero but whose valuation may be too high.

Forty million? Maybe too much for a player who has made twelve goals in Serie A, a pure talent, but that may not be worth twice what Juventus has paid for Alvaro Morata. The right price, are not the forty million requested, but a figure somewhere between twenty-five and thirty million. Will Juventus enter in the auction? Difficult, perhaps impossible, much will depend on the involved teams.

adapted an article @tuttojuve.com