Manchester United To Make A Move For Paulo Dybala, But Under One Condition

Belgium's Romelu Lukaku celebrates scoring their third goal.

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Manchester United could pursue Paulo Dybala if Romelu Lukaku ends up leaving come summer.

Scouts of the Mancunian outfit have been keeping an eye on Dybala for the past two seasons, and they have been heavily impressed with his antics on the pitch.

The Red Devils view the Argentinian international as the ideal player to help the team move forward and challenge for the Premier League title next season.

According to The Sun, United have already made an enquiry about the 25-year-old forward’s valuation to plan their summer transfer window.

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Juventus are naturally reluctant to part ways with their prized asset, but they may be convinced if the right offer comes along – one that crosses the £120 million mark.

In return, the Old Lady outfit has also shown interest in Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku, with rumours hinting at a potential player-plus-cash deal involving the two superstars.

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A switch to Turin certainly interests Lukaku, who also happens to be a big fan of Cristiano Ronaldo, and would love to play alongside the Portuguese.

Further, top officials at Manchester United do not believe Lukaku is the man to lead them to major glory, and this could persuade the Premier League giants to offload the Belgian sooner or later.

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