Manchester United will need to splash more than £155million to secure the services of Paulo Dybala, according to reports from Calcio Mercato.
Manchester United have recently expressed their interest in signing Dybala and in response, Juventus are reported to have attached a whopping price tag of £155million for their talented forward in order to deter the interest from the Red Devils for the player.
Dybala, who is expected to be the next superstar in world football, has attracted the attention of many of the top clubs in Europe due to his fine performances for Juventus during the last few seasons and the likes of Manchester United and Barcelona are said to be keen to break their bank to sign the young attacker.
Considering how wealthy clubs in the current transfer market are prepared to pay exorbitant prices for players, £155 million might not be protective enough to prevent Juventus from losing Dybala and as a result, the Old Lady are said to have changed their stance on the striker.
According to reports from Calcio Mercato, the Turin club have reportedly increased their £155million asking price for Dybala to scare off teams such as Manchester United from pursuing the player.
Considering his talent as well as young age, Dybala might well even be worth every penny for Manchester United but it remains to be seen at what price Juventus would be willing to do business.