Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has reportedly followed suit in his predecessor’s ambition to bring Juventus star Paulo Dybala to the club.
The pair enjoyed fruitful times together with the Italian giants and should the playmaking Frenchman stay, they could potentially be reunited.
Solskjaer has been looking to add to his attacking options and given how Dybala’s future has always seemed up in the air, it makes sense to finally take advantage of that.
The versatile attacker would be United’s marquee signing of the summer but there is doubt in the club’s ability to get such a deal over the line.
According to Sport Witness, Tuttosport report that Juventus want €80-100m for Paulo who has been offered a contract that makes up for the Red Devils’ lack of Champions League football.
Ole’s side have been linked with just about every player in Europe and then some so it wouldn’t be a surprise if this turns out to be false as well.
In truth, Dybala doesn’t suit the legendary Norwegian’s transfer policy of signing emerging, British talent who have room to grow at Old Trafford.