Manchester United have started “negotiations” with Juventus ahead of a summer move for striker Paulo Dybala, according to Alvise Cagnazzo.
The Red Devils are thought to be on the lookout for a new centre-forward to kick off a fresh era at the club, with Louis van Gaal’s side having netted just 33 goals in Premier League action this term.
Dybala only joined Juventus last summer, but his performances – which have yielded 16 goals – have already attracted much attention from rival sides, including Barcelona.
However, Italian football expert Cagnazzo, speaking to the The Sun, revealed that United are interested in the player, have started initial negotiations and that the Old Lady’s president, Andrea Agnelli, would be open to selling for the right price:
“Manchester United have a genuine interest in signing Juventus frontman Paulo Dybala,
“Presently, intermediaries from both clubs are meeting and initial negotiations have started.
“Though there is no concrete offer as yet, the Italian giants appeared to have rejected an initial, informal proposal of around £50m – Dybala is worth more.
“[But] for Agnelli, the Juventus president, every player has his value.”
Dybala, who has represented Argentina on three occasions since making his debut in 2015, shone at Palermo before joining Juve ahead of 2015/16.