Manchester United are in a need of a squad overhaul and the Red Devils have expressed their interest in Paulo Dybala of Juventus.
As we have covered in our earlier reports, Ed Woodward and co. have been trying to sign the Argentinian for a long time but have failed every time.
However, with the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo at Juventus, Dybala has seen his playing time and goal output go down to a new low and thus, is looking to move away from Turin to a team where he would be the main man like he was at Juventus until last season.
Manchester United are in a need of a midfielder with the exact qualities of Dybala and have already expressed their interest in bringing him to the Old Trafford.
And now if the journalist Ian McGarry is to be believed a deal has already been agreed:
“There have been some reports In Italy that Manchester United have declared an interest in Dybala,” he told the Transfer Window podcast.
“However, our sources are telling us and the information we have is that in fact, United have agreed in principle to pay the €100m (£86m) buyout clause that it would take to get Dybala out of Juventus.”
There are still no concrete reports yet, but if the murmurs are true, it would be a brilliant deal for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who can look to build a team around the Argentinian magician next season.