Manchester United are open to landing Paulo Dybala from Serie A giants Juventus during the January transfer market, according to reports.
The Argentine star was linked with a move to the Old Trafford outfit back in the summer but, ultimately, a reported deal failed to materialise.
The club pulled the plug on a deal because the board deemed the financial demands of both the player’s agent and Paulo to be too big.
Yet Italian newspaper Tuttosport say the English giants are open to signing the forward when the transfer market reopens this winter.
Manchester United spoke to the Spanish striker Inaki Williams before he penned his incredible nine-year Athletic Bilbao deal, according to the player.
Ole Gunner Solskjaer saw Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku offloaded over the summer transfer market to leave him short of options up front.
Manchester United management reportedly revealed the price-tag of Paul Pogba to leave Old Trafford when the winter transfer market re-opens in January transfer window.
According to Metro quoting the Spanish outlet Sport, the Red Devils will not lower their £179 million (€200 million) asking price, if the French star insists on completing his dream move to the Santiago Benerbeau in January.
In the just-concluded summer transfer market, Pogba could not force a transfer away from the Theater of Dreams, with the Galacticos on his trail.
At the last count, manager Zinedine Zidane remains keen on landing the dynamic midfielder Pogba in January.
But Manchester United will continue to demanding a massive sum for Pogba to further keep off Real Madrid’s interest.
Already, Paul’s agent Mino Raiola has held meetings with the Red Devils to discuss the possibility of penning a contract extension.
Paul current deal at Old Trafford runs out in the summer transfer window of 2021, Legit.ng reported earlier that Los Blancos have agreed on a deal to sign Chelsea midfielder N’Golo Kante in January.
The La Liga side were linked with a move to sign the player this summer but the club hierarchy refused to allow him to leave.
Meantime, the club have started to work on new deals for the Swedish defender Victor Lindelof and England international Jesse Lingard, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport journalist Nicolo Schira.
Both stars have featured in each of his side’s opening four fixtures in the Premier League this campaign.