World Class £110,000-a-week star offered to Man United

Dybala Pogba

Manchester United are heavily linked with Argentine international and Juventus playmaker Paulo Dybala.

Few days back, Calcio Mercato reported that Jose Mourinho could be willing to sign the former Palermo star in exchange of Pogba, who is looking for a move away from the Old Trafford club.

More recently, Mirror Sport have revealed that Juventus are ready to offer the 24-year-old attacker to Manchester United in a player plus cash to deal to re-sign Pogba.

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The British outlet have mentioned that the Italian champions are ready to offer Dybala (valued at £100million) and £50million cash in a deal worth £150million to bring the French midfielder back.

Pogba was a superstar at Juventus but since moving to Man United, he has been pretty much average and inconsistent under the management of Jose Mourinho.

On the other hand, Dybala, who is a world class talent, was influential in helping Juve win their 7th straight Serie A title last season but this season, his starting place is no longer guaranteed after the arrival of superstar Cristiano Ronaldo from Real Madrid.

The £110,000-a-week Argentina star (The Mail) played for 90 minutes in the opening league game, warmed the bench in the second fixture and only played for 10 minutes in the third.

In your opinion, should Mourinho opt to let Pogba leave in order to lure Dybala?


  1. even if we bring messi and ronaldo when Jose is still in I can’t sea in good news. for since the exit of sir we have never scored more than four goals even in games like liechester ht 3:0,Burnley ht 2:0,Watford ht 2:0

  2. I should not forget saying, dybala is not world class. Stop fooling yourself and stop fooling other people. Just slightly above Anthony Marshal, you call that world class? Is Pogba world class? What is world class? Messi, yes; Rinaldo, yes; De Gea, yes; Hazard, yes; etc. Not dyabala and pogba. Don’t confuse salary or price tag with class because class is made on the pitch.

  3. You Have spoken well Masota, Class is on the pitch not price tags or Salaries, Pogba is a good player but he lucks professionalism, even if him and his Manager are in bad terms he still has to prove to the employer that he is worth what they paid for.

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