Patrice Evra Has Called Dybala To Convince Him To Join Man United

Juventus’ Paulo Dybala.

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This transfer window seems to be going from bad to absolutely brilliant for Manchester United.

After heaps of speculations and an entire roster worth of players being linked to the club, it now appears that multiple signings will be made prior to deadline day. It is certainly turning out to be the sort of mega-window that United had splurged upon a few seasons ago.

This time around, it is the prospect of signings world-class talent Paulo Dybala that has supporters fired up. To aid their joy, largely unpopular striker Romelu Lukaku is proving to be the catalyst to this move as his intent to join Juventus may grant the Argentine forward to the Red devils.

Now, another familiar name is thought to be aiding the process.


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According to the Gazzetta dello Sport, former Man United player Patrice Evra is urging Dybala to join Old Trafford. The French left-back made his name at United and towards the end of his career, he even played at the Old Lady alongside Dybala.

The report claims that the popular figure is now trying to convince Dybala to move to the Premier League giants.

Furthermore, if the Red Devils are able to retain Paul Pogba this window, the French midfielder can be an added incentive for Dybala to make the switch as he too is a former teammate.


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All in all, while most reports are still suggesting that while Dybala’s main preference is to stay at Juventus and work with Maurizio Sarri for Champions League glory, there is still a strong possibility of the deal going through.

At the same time, that possibility comes through the Mancunian giants offering Dybala an insanely improved wage-package.

The Pogba saga so far has made it clear that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and company lack commercially appealing world-class players in their roster and Dybala could certainly solve that.