Manchester United will only be able to sign Juventus’ Paulo Dybala if they are willing to pay more than £140 million, according to reports from the Independent.
Paulo Dybala is one of the highest rated attackers in European football at the moment and he has even been regarded as the natural heir to fellow Argentinean Lionel Messi to become the best player in the world in the near future as both have a similar playing style.
Due to Dybala’s immense quality, there has unsurprisingly been widespread interest in the 24-year-old and Premier League giants Manchester United have strongly been linked with a £60million swoop for the attacker – following manager Jose Mourinho’s complain that his side need to spend more in order to compete with rivals Manchester City.
However, United will have to break the bank in order to be able to sign Dybala as recent reports from the Independent suggests that Juventus are only prepared to listen to bids for the ex-Palermo star if the offer exceeds a whopping £140 million.
Understandably, there are very few suitors who will be able to afford Juventus’ asking price for Dybala but one of them is Manchester United and it is believed that the Red Devils are pondering whether or not to splash the cash in order to sign the attacker.