The surprise transfer of Paulo Dybala to Manchester United now only hinges on the Argentine’s agreement on the move, according to Sky Sports.
Their latest report states that one source has said that the deal is ‘all but done’ between Juventus and the Reds, and the deal now rests on whether the 25-year-old will say ‘yes’ to a move to Old Trafford.
Dybala is expected to hold talks with Juventus boss Mauricio Sarri where he will find out whether he is an essential part of the Italian’s plans, after being in Cristiano Ronaldo’s shadow last season in Turin.
If these reports are to be believed, the switch for Dybala seems to be moving closer, and fans will be hoping the Reds can pull off this deal as long as the player’s heart is in it.
It had been said that Dybala had want to stay in Turin if given reassurances over his future, so it will be interesting to see how this transfer saga develops in the coming days.
Dybala would be an exciting addition for Man Utd fans, given his versatility across the forward line and his proven quality at the highest level.
United fans will be wary of the transfer of Angel Di Maria that backfired, but this case shouldn’t be comparable to that of Dybala.
In Dybala, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would be getting a proven creative attacking option he needs, in replacement for Romelu Lukaku who is clearly surplus to requirements at Old Trafford.