Manchester United lured Paul Pogba in the summer transfer window of 2016 by breaking their transfer record. However, the Frenchman has not lived up to his price tag.
The Les Bleus star has been highly inconsistent for us and in the last two campaigns, he has spent a lot of time on the treatment table. Moreover, in every transfer window, his future is up in the air.
Therefore, I do not think that the Old Trafford faithful should mind if the central midfielder is sold this summer.
FC Inter News have claimed that Juventus want him back and he could be bought in a swap deal that would send Dybala to the Red Devils.
As per the exclusive story, Dybala was signed by the Old Lady for 40 million euros from Palermo. He performed consistently over the years and his price tag rose to over 100 million euros. However, this season, he has been injured a lot and keeping in view that his contract will expire next year, the Italian outlet have claimed that his maximum market value is at around 60 million euros (£52million).
Due to various fitness concerns, the Argentine international has so far missed 14 games in the Serie A this term. He did return in the last game vs Napoli and scored the decisive goal to earn Juve all three points. Overall, he has only started 10 games in all competitions under the management of Pirlo.
It must be remembered that last season, the 29-capped playmaker won the Serie A Player of the Year award for consistently performing well for the Old Lady.
Man Utd do need to amplify the quality and depth of their attack and someone like Dybala, who can play in multiple offensive positions, has got quality and experience as well, could be a top signing. In your view should Solskjaer offload Pogba to sign the £52million-rated South American?