Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho seems to be interested in signing Paulo Dybala.
The Portuguese tactician’s job seemed to be under threat after his team had managed to bag only 3 points from the first three games. However, a win against Burnley has given the gaffer some assurance.
Italian media outlet Calciomercato claims that the United manager is already planning the signings he wants to bring in come January.
The report suggested that Juventus forward Paulo Dybala is one of Mourinho’s top targets for the winter transfer window.
Born in Córdoba, Dybala had his first taste of European football when he joined Palermo in 2012. His impressive performances for the Rosanero attracted interest from Juventus, who eventually brought him to Turin in 2015.
The 24-year old has scored 68 goals in 142 appearances across all competitions for the Old Lady. His good form also saw him linked with a move to Barcelona last summer, after Neymar completed his switch to Paris Saint-Germain.
Juventus also seem to be interested to bringing back Paul Pogba to the club, according to the same report. The Old Lady was said to be closing in on the midfielder this summer, but the move didn’t materialize.
In a recent interview, Paul Pogba talked about his future at Manchester United, as he told Telefoot: “To speak about a transfer… I am under contract.
“There have always been little things with the coach, our relationship is still the same, manager-player. We have common objectives, which are to win.”