Manchester United are still keeping tabs on Juventus striker Paulo Dybala ahead of a possible summer move.
The Argentina international has been linked with some of Europe’s top sides over the past few transfer windows, including the likes of Manchester City and European Champions Real Madrid.
Los Blancos are expected to increase their interest in the upcoming summer transfer window, but Corriere dello Sport states that the Red Devils will rival the Spanish giants for his services if it becomes clear that he is available.
Neither Juventus nor the player have made any suggestions that the South American forward will leave Allianz Arena at the end of the current season, but the Premier League giants are desperate to move if the possibility does arrive.
Serie A champions have been credited with an interest in some attacking players – including Real Madrid’s James Rodriguez – and could be willing to let Paulo Dybala leave for £88 million if they can bring in a proper replacement.
Paulo Dybala has scored only two goals in 19 Serie A appearances this term but does have five in five Champions League outings, but the 25-year-old was mainly used as a right winger and not as the second striker.
The addition of Argentinian would add more firepower to the current United squad with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men on fire as they cruised Fulham in 3-0 win at the weekend and entered the top-four of the Premier League table.
Meanwhile Paulo Dybala’s side remain unbeaten in Serie A and want to remain invincible throughout the season.