Manchester United have established contact with Paulo Dybala’s family over a potential transfer.
As per sources in Italy, Dybala has been on the receiving end of interest from European giants Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain of late.
However, on Friday, Gazzetta Dello Sport revealed that Manchester United had also made ‘contact’ with the player, whilst hinting at the possibility of a concrete offer in the future.
Now, Calcio Mercato have provided a brand new update regarding this transfer story.
As per the new report, the Red Devils have gotten in touch with Paulo’s brother, Mariano, to enquire about the possibility of a summer switch.
Further, the Mancunians have also asked for a direct contact with Juventus, so as to submit an official bid for the Argentine international in the next few days.
Juventus have maintain that they haven’t put Dybala up for sale, but the forward isn’t “untransferable” either.
The Old Lady outfit is willing to part ways with the 25-year-old for an upfront fee of €80m, along with bonuses that take the total amount up to €100m.
The report does insist that for now, Juve remains the most likely club for the player’s future. If Dybala does intend to leave, however, his next destination would depend on which interested party offers him the most important role.