Manchester United have been interested in Paulo Dybala for a long time and once again, the Argentine international is in the limelight.
In the summer, the Red Devils made contact to lure the South American but he decided to join Jose Mourinho’s Roma instead.
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The 29-year-old star agreed a three-year deal worth 6 million euros per season i.e. around £102,000 a week with the Giallarossi.
Reports now suggest that the contract has a very low release clause of £10.7million and Man Utd could move to finally sign him for cheap.
As per Calcio Mercato, the Old Trafford outfit are closely following the situation of Dybala but their priority is to sign either Osimhen or Kane to reinforce the strike force.
The Italian news source have mentioned that the low clause could be removed if Roma agree a new deal but the decision is in the player’s hands.
Dybala, who was a part of the Argentina’s World Cup winning side last year, has proven his worth in Italy over the years. He was named the Serie A Player of the Year back in 2020 for Juventus.
Since moving to Rome, his form has been fantastic under Mourinho. In all competitions, thus far, the ex-Palermo star has started 17 games in all competitions and directly contributed in as many goals (10 goals and 7 assists).
The 36-capped international is mainly a secondary striker, who can effectively play on the flanks and even as an out-and-out center forward.
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