Manchester United defeated the likes of PSG and Leipzig but once again produced an average display in the Premier League last night that helped Arsenal earn all three points at Old Trafford in 14 years.
We have not won at home in the last six league outings and the players are fortunate that the fans are not there to boo them. Not for the first time, I will say that the squad needs to be adequately improved.
We wasted time in the summer and failed to lure Jadon Sancho. Instead, Solskjaer signed Van de Beek and Cavani for the offense but thus far, they have mostly warmed the bench.
The Red Devils must sign a proven quality attacker and if reports in the media are anything to go by then long term target, Paulo Dybala, is once again linked with us.
Few days back, Tutto Sport (via Football Italia) revealed that the Argentine international, who will be out of contract in 2022, wants to sign a new deal that will double his salary of £121,000-a-week. However, Juventus cannot afford to pay such wages, especially during the ongoing pandemic.
In such a scenario, the former Palermo star’s future is up in the air and Todo Fichajes claim that Man United seem best placed to get his signing done. The Spanish source have mentioned that the Red Devils were even close to luring the La Albiceleste star in the summer.
The 26-year-old has won every major domestic title with The Old Lady and has what it takes to amplify the quality of our attack. Dybala can play anywhere in the offensive third and over the years, he has regularly scored and created goals.
Man United have more than a few players who are earning over £200,000-a-week. In your view, should Man United double Paulo Dybala’s wages and agree a contract of around £242,000-a-week to secure his signing in the winter transfer window?