Manchester United have been handed a major boost in their pursuit of Juventus star, Paulo Dybala, writes the Manchester Evening News.
They say that Paris Saint-Germain chairman, Nasser Al-Khelafi, has ruled out any potential move to sign the Argentine star, giving the Red Devils an increased chance at signing the extremely talented 24-year-old.
Jose Mourinho has been linked with a move to sign Dybala for at least a few months now, and there is no doubt that the attacker would single-handedly improve Manchester United’s starting line-up and squad as a whole.
Since his arrival in Turin back in 2015, the #10 has scored a mightily impressive 59 goals, and, as we all know, goals is an area in which United still need a regular contributor, to help out Romelu Lukaku when he’s out-of-form.
Dybala would be a stunning addition, but he’d cost a tremendous amount of money and I struggle to see how a deal would happen in January. Personally, I think this move has legs, but I don’t expect anything to happen until the summer at the very least, and I’m not sure what it’d mean for any potential deal to sign Antoine Griezmann.