Manchester United have been linked with Argentine international, Paulo Dybala, for some time and this month, they have the chance to secure a pre-contract with the playmaker.
The South American star’s current deal with Juventus will expire in the summer and reports suggest that Man Utd are one of the clubs pressing to sign him.
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According to Spanish source, Fichajes, the Red Devils have tried to sign the 28-year-old on several occasions and the attacker is one of the priority targets at Old Trafford to replace veteran Edinson Cavani, whose contract will expire in 6 months.
Dybala has proved to be a massive hit in the Serie A for the Old Lady and still, he earns a low salary of 7 million euros per year i.e. £112,000-a-week (Calcio Mercato).
The 31-capped international has won five league titles with the Bianconeri and was named the Player of the Serie A in the 2019-20 campaign ahead of United legend Cristiano Ronaldo.
Last season, he spent a lot of time on the injury table but this term, he is fit and firing again for the Italian giants. In all competitions, the former Palermo playmaker has started 16 games and directly contributed in 13 goals (9 goals and 4 assists).
Dybala is a versatile star who can be deployed anywhere in the attacking third. Naturally, he likes to play in the secondary striker’s role but he has proved to be effective on the flanks as well as in the No.9 role.
In your opinion, should Man Utd hand him a huge deal to secure his signing?
He earns 7.5 million euros NET OF TAX; so per week he essentially earns double what you’ve stated