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

New reports emerging today has revealed that Italian giants Juventus has informed Manchester United that they should be willing to take up to £105 million if they are to sign highly rated Argentine attacker Paulo Dybala. 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.

However, the 22 year old player has proved his worth as he has grabbed up to 42 goals in his two seasons in Italy with Juventus 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 price tag slammed on the player by Juventus is an act to make purchasing the player very impossible and the player also recently admitted that he is happy at Juventus and focused on improving and becoming better as he prepares for the coming season.

With a starting shirt guaranteed at Juventus and with the world cup edging closer, Juventus is certainly where the player wants to be.

Source: Thepeoplesperson

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