If reports in the media are anything to go by then Manchester United are once again linked with Paulo Dybala.
According to Tutto Sport, Juventus want to hire the services of Paul Pogba and for that they are prepared to agree a player plus cash deal with the Red Devils.
The renowned Italian source have claimed that the Serie A club are prepared to offer Dybala or Pjanic plus 50-60 million euros in order to secure the signature of Man Utd’s record signing.
Our focus is on the 26-year-old Argentine forward taking into consideration that we have not adequately replaced the likes of Romelu Lukaku (center forward) and Alexis Sanchez (winger).
Naturally, Dybala is a secondary striker but he can play anywhere on the flank and even as an out and out center forward if needed. In the current campaign, the 26-year-old star has mainly played in the No. 9 role and excelled big time.
In 23 starts in all competitions, the South American has so far directly contributed in no fewer than 25 goals (13 goals and 12 assists) for The Old Lady under the management of former Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri.
The 29-capped international is exactly the kind of versatile world class talent we need in our attack and if Solskjaer can hire him by getting rid of the injury prone Pogba, then it would be a massive deal.
In December 2019, Juve were looking to extend the contract of the La Albiceleste star but that has not happened as yet. His current deal with the Bianconeri will expire in 2022 and he earns earns (Calcio Mercato) 7 million euros annually (£120,000-a-week).
In your opinion, should Man Utd secure the signing of Paulo Dybala in the summer transfer window?