It feels like it wasn’t that long ago when Manchester United were linked with every name under the sun in the January transfer window – when eventually no moves were made. Now, we’re edging closer to the end of the season and the eagerly anticipated summer transfer period.
The links are starting to begin, and earlier on in the year, Manchester United were linked with a sensational move to bring in Paulo Dybala of Juventus.
Now, there has been another update on the future of the Argentinian, and it certainly bodes well for the Red Devils if their interest is genuine. The Sun translate Italian media outlet Tuttosport, and say that Dybala is growing in frustration with the Old Lady, and the player is disgusted with his manager, Max Allegri.
The report adds that Juventus are keen to tie the 23-year-old down to a new long-term contract with the Serie A, but nothing has yet been agreed upon. Dybala turned in a dreadful performance during the weekend’s 1-1 draw with Udinese and began to display his anger on the pitch as he was substituted.
The Argentine is a player who excites, and when he’s in full flow he can become borderline unstoppable. Juventus have a real diamond in the rough on their books, and if he cannot agree on a new deal out in Italy, I’d love to see him at Manchester United.
My only concern would be just where would you fit him in? We have a vast array of talent in that area of the field, and it’d probably mean dropping one of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Anthony Martial, Juan Mata or Henrikh Mkhitaryan.