Manchester United have contacted Juventus Star and Argentinian International Paulo Dybala over a potential £85million summer move.
According to Calciomercato, Paulo Dybala is currently on a holiday in England after Juventus granted him the leave and Manchester United have taken this opportunity to contact the forward over a possible move to the Old Trafford this summer.
Paulo Dybala is one of the biggest talents in world football, but the 25-year-old is having an underwhelming season at Juventus after the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo from Real Madrid.
Dybala has only managed to score 10 goals across all competitions this season in 39 games and is looking for a move away from Turin.
Dybala and his agent think that the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo has hindered the progress of the player and he would be wise to change clubs and join a side where he’s the main man, instead of a supporting cast to Ronaldo.
The price currently been quoted for the 25-year-old is £85m but expect that to rise considerably if the star becomes available in the summer.
The tug of war over the signing of Dybala could see his transfer price raised to well above £100m with the likes of PSG, Real Madrid and even Chelsea (if Eden Hazard leaves) interested in the services of the player.
Do you think it would be wise for Manchester United to spend that kind of money on Dybala, especially given the fact that we need a player who can create and score goals from the Midfield? Or is he just another overpriced player who won’t cut it at Manchester United?