Manchester United are heavily linked with Argentine star Paulo Dybala and I think it will be a massive coup if the club can lure him without Champions Football on offer.
According to CalcioMercato, United are interested in luring the playmaker from Juventus, who are looking to get over 100 million euros (£86million) for their prized asset.
On the other hand, Ian McGarry claimed on Transfer Window Podcast that United have agreed in principle to pay the 100 million euros to sign the South American attacker.
It will be intriguing to see how Solskjaer would utilize Dybala if he does end up moving to Old Trafford in the summer.
The 25-year-old star is a versatile talent, who can effectively play in multiple attacking positions. Naturally, he is a secondary striker but since the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo, Juventus boss Allegri has mainly utilized the former Palermo attacker on the right flank.
Last season, while playing in his preferred position, the La Albiceleste star netted 22 goals in 33 league appearances for the The Old Lady. However, this season, so far, he has only netted 5 goals in 27 league outings.
Therefore, in my view, United should utilize him in the secondary striker’s role behind Marcus Rashford if the Argentine does opt to join the club.
United do need to sign a top quality right winger as well because Lingard has been inconsistent and veteran Mata is clearly past his best. Also, they must replace Alexis Sanchez, who has been a huge flop.
Here is how Man United could line up with Dybala: