Manchester United continue to be linked with Juventus star Paulo Dybala as per reports in both Britain and Italy.
Two days back, we covered a report (via The Mail) claiming that Solskjaer is a huge fan of Dybala and the Old Lady are willing to sell the Argentine star to Manchester United for a fee around £70m-£90m.
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Now, TuttoSport have claimed that the 25-year-old star has said yes to leaving the Bianconeri and he would not reject the likes of Man Utd and Paris Saint-Germain, who are looking to hire his services.
The well-known Italian outlet have stated that the Red Devils have frequently contacted the Italian champions and they have already made a contract offer to Dybala in order to secure his signing.
TuttoSport have further stated that new coach, Sarri, has got plans to revive the former Palermo man but they have also talked about Juve’s interest in Pogba and how the La Albiceleste attacker could be used to somehow bring the French midfielder back to Turin.
The South American can effectively play on either flank and also as an out and out center forward but naturally, he is a secondary striker and over the years, he has excelled in that role.
After the arrival of Ronaldo last year, Juventus mainly played a formation with no secondary striker i.e. 4-3-3. In such a situation, Dybala only played 11 games in his preferred position and many times started on the right flank (Transfermarkt).
Apart from Ronaldo, who has proved to be world class in the CF role as well, the Serie A giants have natural wingers like Cuadrado, Costa, Bernardeschi and Pjaca, therefore, Dybala does not seem so important now and hence linked with a move away from the club.
The Argentine attacker is a proven star, who directly contributed in 15 goals in 32 starts last season. He would be a quality long term addition at Old Trafford but can Solskjaer get his signing done? Only time will tell.
What Man Utd is enjoying is the absence of mourinho in club duty. If not mourinho would have gone behind to complete the signing of these guys who have been appearing on Man Utd transfer gossip daily and Utd will be left confused.