Man Utd in talks to agree deal for South American No.10 forward
Manchester United could land Paulo Dybala for nothing this summer, according to the latest reports.
The Argentina international’s Juventus contract is set to run out at the end of the term, putting potential buyers on red alert.
The Old Lady had been preparing to seal a renewal earlier this campaign but the chances of this happening have now notably ‘reduced’, according to an Italian paper Il Corriere dello Sport.
The outlet even adds that his relationship with I Bianconeri has reached ‘crisis’ point. The Red Devils could be primed to move, having nearly done so in 2019.
The 28-year-old was so close to joining them that he’d even recorded an emotional goodbye message for his Juventus team-mates but the transfer fell through, however, and the forward stayed in Italy.
Ralf Rangnick’s side are set to be in the market for forward options in the summer, with a couple of their current crop likely to leave.
Paulo has suffered from a host of muscular issues this campaign but has still produced some brilliant performances.
He has scored 12 goals across all competitions, also laying on six assists in 27 appearances. In total the South American has played 281 times for his side, scoring 112 times.