Man Utd ‘eye Paulo Dybala transfer’ to reunite star with Paul Pogba

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Manchester United are eyeing a move to sign Paulo Dybala from Juventus in order to reunite him with Paul Pogba, reports suggest. United are set to go after a new forward this summer, and have apparently identified Dybala as a potential target.

Dybala is set to enter into the final year of his current contract.

The Juventus star has been continuously linked with an exit from Turin in recent years.

Tottenham and United have both been interested, and the star even admitted he once turned down the chance to head to the Premier League.

He’s always remained loyal to the Old Lady, though this year that loyalty has been tested.

Dybala has played just 12 Serie A games for Juve, and was used as a bit-part player before suffering a muscle injury.

Now, however, it seems he could be on the way out – according to reports in Italy.

In the immediate aftermath of Juventus’ exit from the Champions League, it was reported that officials would revamp the squad in the Allianz Arena.

And with Dybala out of contract in just over a year’s time – in the summer of 2022 – he could well be on the move.

United are reportedly interested in reigniting their interest in the Argentine, who they want to reunite with old team-mate Pogba.

Dybala has remained coy over his future, but scored against Napoli on Wednesday night.

And afterwards, Juve boss Andrea Pirlo confirmed he didn’t want to see the playmaker leave.

“I’ve always said Dybala is an important player and unfortunately I haven’t had him at my disposal very much this season,” Pirlo said.

“Let’s look at the present, because that is more important than the future.

“He still has a year left on his contract, so we will have him here next season.

“Dybala is a player who makes the difference.

“I do hope to be able to use Cristiano Ronaldo, Alvaro Morata and Dybala together at some point. I can say it’s probable Dejan Kulusevski will start tomorrow.”

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