Man Utd told to fork out £28.5million for Argentine striker

Manchester United will need to spend this coming summer, if they want any chance at trying to grab a first Premier League crown since Sir Alex Ferguson’s last season in charge at the club. As you’d expect, names are being thrown around left, right and centre, and the next on that list is Paulo Dybala.

The 21-year old has been banging in goals for fun in the Serie A this season, with many of the so called bigger clubs watching on.

His current employers Palermo are expecting a whole host of offers coming their way for the star this summer, but they won’t let him go on the cheap.

Zamparini of Palermo said:

“The price? I’ve said €40m, but it could be more.

“We want to improve on this season, we’ll bring in both young players and more experienced players, but they’ll all have quality.”

To me, his quotes suggest that they want to gain the best possible fee for the young striker, but him leaving his current club isn’t completely out of the question.

Manchester United need proven quality, and there is no doubt that Dybala has the talent to be one of the best in the future, but for now we’re a club who needs a 20 goal a season striker to come in straight away, and I’m not sure Dybala will be that man next season.

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