Paulo Dybala is claimed to be unsettled in Turin and considering his options, and reports in Italy suggest Bayern have acted quickly to show their interest.
Italian publication Corriere Dello Sport report that Bayern is ‘really serious’ in their move to secure Dybala’s signature, and have gone straight in with the large bid.
Juventus are said to value the Argentine in the region of £100m, despite his playing time being limited during the campaign that just finished.
Following the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo, Dybala was forced to play second fiddle in the forward line and registered his lowest goal tally since the 2013-14 season when he played for Palermo.
Dybala hit double figures during the last campaign, but his 10 goal-haul was down on recent years.
Bayern’s intention to sign the skillful star is based on the need for attacking reinforcements, following the recent departures of Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery.