Italian outlet FC Inter News has an update on the situation of Juventus star Paulo Dybala, who could soon be on his way out of the Old Lady.
With his contract expiring in 2022, there’s a big doubt whether he should be moving out on a normal transfer this summer or wait for one year and negotiate as a free agent.
FC Inter News names a few clubs who could be interested in signing Dybala, and one of them is Manchester United.
Since Juventus would demand between €50m and €60m for the striker, it’s said clubs would hardly pay that amount in cash, so swaps would be more likely.
In Manchester United’s case, that would be a deal involving Paul Pogba, whose return to the Old Lady continues being pushed by the Italian media.
Other clubs who could offer swaps are Paris Saint Germain, who would use Mauro Icardo as an exchange, and Atletico Madrid, who could give Álvaro Morata.
The report, however, says Dybala’s favourite option would be to leave as a free agent next year. That would give Inter Milan a chance to compete for the signing with Manchester United and others.