Manchester United did not reinforce the squad in the winter transfer window but they have an opportunity to sign a top class playmaker for free in the summer.
Juventus star, Paulo Dybala, will be out of contract in 6 months and reports suggest that he has ben offered to the Red Devils and other top clubs.
Back in 2017, the Argentine international signed a five year contract worth £110,000 a week with the Old Lady (The Daily Mail).
Since then, the versatile forward, who likes to play in the secondary striker’s role, has won every major prize with Juventus and was even named the Serie A Player of the Year a couple of years back.
Still, the Bianconeri have not been able to agree a new deal with the 28-year-old and in the winter window, they splashed the cash to sign Serbian striker, Dusan Vlahovic.
In such a scenario, 90min claim that the representatives of Dybala have offered him to Man Utd, Man City, Liverpool, Arsenal, Spurs and Chelsea. The teams can agree a pre-contract with the attacker now in order to his his services upon expiry of his deal with Juventus.
As far as the current campaign is concerned, the former Palermo man has started 18 games in all competitions under the management of Allegri, scored 11 goals and also provided 4 assists.
In your view, should Man Utd agree a pre-contract to sign Paulo Dybala?