Manchester United could be set to move a step closer to signing Argentinian forward Paulo Dybala as the club looks to build for next season.
The Juventus forward announced that he was officially leaving Juventus via his Instagram account with a heartfelt message which confirmed his exit from the club: “I thought we would be together even more years, but fate puts us on different paths,” wrote Dybala on his post.
This will put Man United on red alert with a move for the player who they have been linked with perennially in the past.
Although they face a battle for his signature, with Arsenal, Newcastle United, and Tottenham Hotspur also keen on adding the 28-year-old to their squads.
A move to the Premier League could suit Dybala, especially to Man United where he would once again team up with Cristiano Ronaldo.
The pair were teammates at Juventus for three seasons and know each other well, the obvious chemistry between them could only be an advantage for Erik ten Hag.
With Ronaldo being the only United forward to score more than ten goals this season (24) adding to his attacking options is an urgent requirement for the new manager.
With nearly 40 goals between them, Ronaldo and Dybala could yet again form a dream duo that could lead the Red Devils to glory next season. The Argentinian’s versatility is a key attribute as he could fit in the team around the 37-year-old.
His performances for the Serie A side prove that United could land not just a fantastic player but given his wonderful qualities, their answer to Erling Haaland too, who is set to join the club’s rivals, Manchester City, this summer.
On a free transfer, there might not be a better deal out there this summer, and that includes the aforementioned Haaland.