CONFIRMED: Man United to pay to £105 million for fresh new Target


Reports coming out of Italy are suggesting that Manchester United are interested in signing Juventus highly rated Argentine striker, Paulo Dybala this summer. But Juventus have sounded a note of warning to United that they will have to break their transfer record to get his signature.

The Old lady have quoted a fee of £105m if they are to allow Dybala leave Turin this summer. Manchester United under Louis Van Gaal had the opportunity to sign the player during his time at Palermo but the red devils ended up losing him to Juventus.

The 22-year-old player has now grown to the level where other top clubs are looking to get this signature.

Dybala have scored 42 goals in his two seasons for the Italian giant and reports in Italian media outlet La Repubblica has disclosed that Juventus has slammed a massive £105 million on the player to ward off interests from Manchester united and Spanish giants Barcelona who have also declared their interest in signing the highly rated Argentine.

The aim of the fee is to send a message to potential suitors that he is not for sale as most clubs will be unwilling to pay that fee. Juventus aim is to build a team around the 22-year-old that will last long and win many trophies for the club.