Report – Club ready to offer £88million playmaker to Man United

Dybala Pogba

Manchester United have been after Argentine international Paulo Dybala for a long time. Now, reports suggest that he could be offered to the Red Devils.

According to an exclusive report covered by The Express, Juventus want to beat Real Madrid to re-sign Pogba from Man United and for that, the Italian champions are ready to offer Dybala and Sandro to the Old Trafford club.

The UK outlet have revealed that Real are ready to meet United’s £120million asking price to lure Paul Pogba.

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Back in 2016, United broke their transfer record to re-hire Pogba from The Old Lady. For a record signing, the French international has been highly inconsistent.

If United are to challenge for the Premier League title, they need players to perform at the highest level for the entire campaign.

The problem with the Les Bleus midfielder is that he showcases his world class talent for a few weeks and then goes missing for the next few weeks.

So, I would not mind a single bit if the World Cup winning midfielder is ousted, especially if we have the chance to lure someone like Dybala, who has been world class for quite some time and is in his peak years.

The 25-year-old South American playmaker has been brilliant for Juventus since moving to Turin from Palermo. However, in the last campaign, things changed in the presence of Cristiano Ronaldo and Dybla could only start 23 league games.

The £88million-rated star (CalcioMercato) can effectively play in any attacking role but naturally he plays behind the main center forward and we definitely need a quality player for that position. Dybala would just be perfect.


  1. smalling, Jones, they supposed to leave the club there useless those two they don’t have any trick of the way how to defend an opponent, I hate them….. those are United’s quality

  2. We do need competition in left back but right now we have positions that don’t even have a starter. I would rather take £120m-£130m and get Bruno Fernandes and Tielemans in.

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