Paulo Dybala clause could see Argentina leave AS Roma for €12m

Manchester United are being linked with a summer move for AS Roma forward Paulo Dybala.

According to Calciomercato, who make note of United’s interest in Dybala, the exciting forward agreed a €20m buy-out clause for Serie A clubs which reduces to €12m for teams outside of Italy.

The Argentina international signed for the Giallorossi on a free transfer from Juventus last summer, and he has since become one of Jose Mourinho’s key players registering 18 goal contributions from just 21 appearances.

With 11 goals to his name this season, Dybala could be available for just €12 million in the summer.

Dybala is a fantastic player but he is not what Manchester United should be looking for in the market right now, even at a cut price deal.

The forward will demand big wages and Erik ten Hag needs to try change the wage structure of the club to build a healthy competitive squad capable of winning on all fronts.

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