Come the opening of the 2019 summer transfer window, it’ll be interesting to see in which direction Manchester United move.
Will the Old Trafford hierarchy decide to offer, whoever is in charge, the opportunity to bring in several world-class players, or will it be a case of some subtle additions to the squad?
One player who has been mentioned in the same sentence as our fine club is the Argentine striker Paulo Dybala.
Dybala, 25-years-of-age, is currently on the books of the Serie A club, Juventus.
However, although the tabloid publication, the Sun, any chance Manchester United had of hoping to bring in the player, this summer, have been well and truly quashed due to the fact that Juventus have ruled out selling the highly rated striker.
However, strangely enough, a piece of speculation in another new source, the Daily Mail implies that Juventus would be willing to let Dybala go in a player-plus-cash deal that would see Mo Salah leave Anfield and Dybala join our next Premier League opponents, Liverpool.
It’ll be interesting, to look on in this summer and see if there is any change in Dybala’s club status, personally, I think he’d be a more than decent acquisition for Manchester United but we’re wise enough to accept that you can’t win them all.
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