What Solskjaer Has Told Dybala About Transfer To United

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has sent an encouraging message to Paulo Dybala.

Reports indicate that Manchester United have completed the signing of Harry Maguire from Leicester City, and they will now turn their attention towards recruiting Paulo Dybala.

The Argentine international is expected to arrive at Old Trafford in a prospective swap deal that would see Romelu Lukaku head to Turin.

While Dybala remains unsure about leaving Juve, the management at the Old Lady outfit has supposedly made it clear that they no longer require his services.


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Now, the forward has received some extra bit of motivation to join the Red Devils, in the form of a message sent by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

According to Corriere dello Sport, the Norwegian tactician has let the 25-year-old know that he is eagerly waiting for him, whilst also assuring the playmaker that he will be a key figure in his lineup.



Furthermore, United are also prepared to significantly improve his current wages, so as to convince him to join the club despite the absence of Champions League football.

Meanwhile, Solskjaer’s comments about Dybala from March 2019 have reemerged, and they only go on to show just how highly Ole rates the former Palermo star.

“We have scouts looking… but if you say that we need a false nine, then we don’t need to scout Messi or Dybala,” Solskjaer had told Fotballklubben podcast (via M.E.N.). “You don’t need to be a rocket scientist to say that, ‘We’ll take him!'”