Less than a week ago, Real Madrid received a transfer ban from FIFA that will prevent them from signing any player until the summer of 2017. Los Blancos are confident about their appeal being accepted but for the moment they will not be able to add new players next summer. This doesn't matter to the Spanish press, as Jugones reported today that Real Madrid are interested in Juventus attacker Paulo Dybala.
Dybala is 22 years old and Juventus paid €32 million to sign him away from Palermo last summer. Other teams like Barcelona are reportedly interested in him as well since he has a bright future ahead of him and has become a regular for Juventus already, so it will not be easy for Real Madrid to complete his signing even if the appeal goes through and Jugones' report is accurate.
Dybala plays as an attacking midfielder or second striker but also has the ability to play as the team's main attacker. Either way, he would have to fight hard for his spot in Real Madrid with the current roster.