Man Utd open talks to sign Paulo Dybala as Solskjaer eyes Lukaku replacement

The Red Devils coach, Ole Gunner Solskjaer seems to be very much interested in building his attack than any other position.

This is because the Manchester United have once again been linked with a move to sign Italian Seria A prolific scorer, Paulo Dybala.

According to DailyStar, it is reported that Man United have made contact with Juventus over the possibility of signing the striker EPL.

Juventus are ready to sell the Argentine striker to any interested club for £80 million.

However, the same report says that Dybala has landed a heavy blow on Man Utd as he said he is not interested in leaving Turin.

Last summer, Dybala was linked with moves to Real Madrid but he refused to leave, so it will be hard to see him move to Old Trafford this time around.

Dybala since joining the Old Ladies in 2015 has scored a total of 57 games in 128 appearances. However, his playing chances have been limited at Turin since the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo last season.

Solskjaer wants to add a new striker to the team as it looks like Lukaku may soon be on his way to Inter Milan.

Dybala is a good option to buy, however, Man Utd does not need a striker even if Lukaku leaves. With the likes of Martial, Rashford, and Sanchez available, what they need really is a defender and a midfielder.

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