It seems like a four-way transfer battle with Manchester United, Manchester City, Barcelona and Real Madrid – all interested in signing Paulo Dybala as Juventus keep their stance clear; the talented attacker would not be sold.
The Argentine sensation is tipped to be one of the brightest young forwards, and in a market where genuine strikers are hard to come by, particularly quality ones, it is not at all a surprise to see some of the biggest powerhouses in European football battling it out for the Juventus star.
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Jose Mourinho is believed to be already in the market in search of a striker who can take over from Zlatan Ibrahimovic, and while the two players are not of the same type, United boss still thinks Dybala will fit right at Old Trafford.
However, Juventus are not in a position to let their striker leave. At least not on the cheap, with the Serie A champions, who are looking to negotiate a new deal with Dybala increasing his wages, might ask a fee in excess of £50 million to even be persuaded to discuss a deal, according to The Sun.
But it wouldn’t really be an issue for Manchester United, who can spend plenty of cash, while Manchester City are also more than capable of matching and going beyond the fee Juventus can ask. The report claims Pep Guardiola wants Dybala to partner Sergio Aguero and form a lethal striking duo.