Italian football expert Alvise Cagnazzo claims Manchester United have a genuine interest in signing Paulo Dybala from Juventus.
Dybala has been been in sensational form for the Italian side since his move from Palermo at the start of the season, scoring 13 goals in 24 Serie A games.
The 22-year-old has been vital in Juventus’ climb to the top of the table after a disappointing start to the campaign.
Cagnazzo has revealed initial negotiations between both clubs have started.
“Manchester United have a genuine interest in signing Juventus frontman Paulo Dybala,” he said.
“Presently, intermediaries from both clubs are meeting and initial negotiations have started.
“Though there is no concrete offer as yet, the Italian giants appeared to have rejected an initial, informal proposal of around £50m — Dybala is worth more.”
With Dybala in such fine form for Juventus, I don’t really see why they would hold conversations with any club about a potential move because he’s been superb for them since joining from Palermo in the summer.
That being said, there is no question United are going to be signing a new striker or two, regardless of who is manager, and Dybala is certainly up there as one of the best young talents in European football. As Anthony Martial has shown, signing the right talent can be a coup.