With there being overtures made, relating to the Old Trafford future of Romelu Lukaku, an interesting piece of speculation has appeared in the media this morning.
According to the good folk of the red-top publication, the Sun, Manchester United are already covering any possible loss of the striker by eyeing up a possible replacement, with the player under scrutiny being Paulo Dybala.
Dybala, 25-years-of-age and an Argentine international, is a top-notch striker and our referenced source is implying that Manchester United would be prepared to pay a club record fee of £120 million for the striker.
Yesterday, Click Here, we reported on how, following the 3-2 win against Southampton, there had been a dressing room spat between Lukaku and Paul Pogba.
We’ve also, previously Click Here, covered the fact that Lukaku’s preferred role as the central striker has been taken by Marcus Rashford with the youngster being preferred to lead the attack by Ole Gunnar Solksjaer.
Now, here at Vital Manchester United, we’re not sure of how solid this rumour is but if we are to, this summer, lose Lukaku then, in our opinion, Dybala would be the perfect replacement, even if the fee, to the working man, appears colossal.
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