This morning, the juiciest piece of transfer gossip we’ve stumbled upon infers that there could be a change in the striker element of our squad, come the summer.
The red-top publication, the Mirror, is actively reporting that Manchester United are looking at bringing the striker, Paulo Dybala, to the club.
Dybala, 25-years-of-age, is an Argentine international who is currently on the books of the Serie A side, Juventus.
Naturally, Juventus won’t want to lose their striking king-pin but our referenced source hints that Manchester United have a cunning plan.
To influence the outcome of any pending discussions, our quoted source throws into the mix the inference that Manchester United would be prepared to include 25-year-old Romelu Lukaku as part of the deal.
Lukaku has found himself in and out of the starting eleven this season with Ole Gunnar Solksjaer preferring to utilise Marcus Rashford through the middle.
With Alexis Sanchez and Anthony Martial also offering attacking options, the club may feel that Lukaku could be off-loaded, even more, so if they could add Dybala to the squad.
Here at Vital Manchester United, we’ll keep a close eye out for any developments but what are your views on the above subject matter.
Would you approve of a deal that saw Paulo Dybala come to the club but at the expense of Romelu Lukaku?
Please feel free to leave your view in the comment facility beneath this article.
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