Paulo Dybala’s ever-expanding reputation grew a little bit more this week as the Argentina international netted twice against Barcelona to ensure yet another disappointing result on the road in Europe for the Spanish giants.
Indeed, Dybala’s reputation as one of world football’s most exciting young forwards has preceded him since his Palermo days. But Tuesday’s showing probably had the South American watched by more people around the world than ever before, almost certainly earning himself a few extra fans as he netted twice in the first half with two superb finishes.
Last month, Calcio Mercato revealed that Manchester United have made attempts to sign the 23-year-old in the past. So with Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s future at Old Trafford beyond the summer still uncertain, we asked Red Devils fans earlier this week whether the club should revive their interest in Dybala.
And according to the result of our exclusive poll, a whopping 83% of United supporters would back a summer swoop for the six-cap attacker. Whether Juventus have any interest in selling, however, remains to be seen.