According to a recent report, Manchester United may consider signing midfielder Paulo Dybala with Pogba’s potential departure from Old Trafford this summer. Manchester United have reportedly contacted Paulo Dybala’s agent to discuss a possible free-agent move. They say Manchester United are taking significant steps to sign former Juventus striker Paulo Dybala this summer. Manchester United are currently focused on deals with Feyenoord’s Tyrell Malacia, Barcelona’s Frenkie de Jong and free agent Christian Eriksen. Still, new manager Eric Ten Hag is also hoping to bring a new striker to the club before the new season. Manchester United have taken a significant step toward signing talented striker Paulo Dybala and has contacted the Argentine agent over the matter, according to Sport Witness.
Paul Pogbas’ representatives this week had positive talks with Juventus over a free transfer this summer, but the player has yet to make a final decision on his future; rivals Manchester City were interested in a free transfer for Pogba in what could have been one of the most explosive deals in British transfer history; Pogba wanted to agree on personal terms with City but turned down a move to the Etihad because he was concerned about the backlash from Manchester United supporters.
Determined to catch Frenkie De Jong, Erik ten Hag, the Manchester Evening News reports he is ready to drop his contract with the defensive midfielder this summer as the former Ajax midfielder prefers to take the ball away from centre-backs. At the same time, United, I’m sure, already has players who can play it. The Telegraph reports that United have received reassurances from Frenkie De Jong, who is open to a move when Barcelona do the right thing.
There were reports that Cristiano Ronaldo wasn’t satisfied with the lack of new signings at Manchester United. Reports were linking him to a move to Roma, his former team, Sporting Lisbon and now Chelsea are also interested in the signing of the Portuguese superstar. Sources say that interest in Inter has cooled off after Romelu Lukaku was loaned from Chelsea, with Paulo Dybala’s reps now looking to spark interest from Premier League clubs, including United.
According to SportItalia transfer market specialist Alfredo Pedulla, Dybala will only choose another club if Marotta rules out a move to Inter, and the resolution of the transfer saga should be known by July 20. Inter have failed to sign Dybala despite appearing to be very close to doing so last month, and it is far from certain that they will do so in the end.