Manchester United to swoop for Paulo Dybala?
Manchester United have received a boost in signing Paulo Dybala from Juventus, considering the Argentine is prepared to pursue a fresh challenge elsewhere.
The attacker has remained committed to the Bianconeri over the past few seasons, but his stance seems to have changed this summer with manager Maurizio Sarri not expected to assure him with a regular starting role.
According to Tuttosport, the former Palermo man is prepared to end his association with the Italian champions, provided he can be offered with the right opportunity to progress.
The same outlet claims that United still hold an interest in the Argentine and they could be prepared to discuss a swap deal involving Paul Pogba to enhance their prospects of signing him.
Juventus are understood to be looking at the option of luring Pogba back to Turin and Dybala could be used as a makeweight to significantly reduce the Red Devils' £150m price tag for the World Cup winner.