Even after breaking the bank to sign Jadon Sancho, Manchester United have over relied on veteran superstar, Ronaldo, for goals.
Bruno Fernandes, who regularly scored and created goals last term, has been out of form as well. Therefore, the Red Devils are looking to strengthen the attack in the summer.
According to a Corriere dello Sport (press image provided below), Man United are serious about signing South American playmaker, Paulo Dybala, who will be leaving Juventus when his contract will expire in June.
The famous Italian news source have mentioned that Ten Hag is determined to sign the Argentine international and is pushing to get the deal over the line.
It is stated that Premier League sides like Arsenal, Tottenham and champions Manchester City are also in the running to hire his services.
Dybala is naturally a secondary striker but he can effectively play on either flank and even as an out and out center forward if needed.
The £113,000 a week playmaker (Calcio Mercato) has been a top quality player in Italy for the Bianconeri and this season, in 34 appearances thus far, the 28-year-old attacker has directly contributed in 20 goals (14 goals and 6 assists).
At Old Trafford, Lingard and Mata will be out of contract in June and the futures Martial and Rashford are uncertain. In such a scenario, do you think, Man Utd should secure the signing of Paulo Dybala?