Juventus are willing to offer Paulo Dybala to Manchester United as they step up their approach for Paul Pogba, according to the Daily Star.
France international, Pogba, has been at the centre of many controversies since re-joining his boyhood club back in 2016 for a then world-record transfer fee of £89million.
This has led to the World Cup winner questioning his future at Old Trafford and it’s thought a return to the Serie A champions is a preferred option for the 26-year-old.
The offer of Dybala as well as approximately £60million may tempt manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer into letting his versatile midfielder depart, especially considering the Norwegian coach is looking to rebuild his squad this summer.
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United have been linked with numerous attacking players over the last few months, with Philippe Coutinho, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Bruno Fernandes and James Maddison all reported transfer targets.
Argentina international Dybala would bring a wealth of flair, speed and ability to a Manchester United side that appear to be lacking the creative edge the supporters crave.
The 25-year-old registered five goals and six assists last season whilst playing as a number 10, winger and a striker, showcasing the versatility the former Palermo star would bring to the Premier League.