Manchester United contact Paulo Dybala’s Agent after Cristiano Ronaldo’s exit rumors emerge: Reports

Manchester United contact Paulo Dybala’s Agent after Cristiano Ronaldo’s exit rumors emerge: Reports

Juventus' Argentine forward Paulo Dybala looks on during the Italian Serie A football match Sampdoria vs Juventus on May 26, 2019 at the 'Luigi Ferraris' in Genoa. (Photo by MARCO BERTORELLO / AFP) (Photo credit should read MARCO BERTORELLO/AFP/Getty Images)

According to a recent rumor, Paulo Dybala’s agency has allegedly been approached by Manchester United and Arsenal ahead of this summer’s transfer season. Dybala just departed Juventus.


Both United and Arsenal are expected to be in the market for many players who may strengthen their squads in time for the upcoming season.

The transfer fight to capture Ajax defender Lisandro Martinez has already begun, with both teams putting up proposals for the player. Both clubs have been working on deals in the market. The teams may now be ready to compete for another deal this summer and go head-to-head for the signing of Dybala, a free agent.

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Is Paulo Dybala heading to Manchester United?

Paulo Dybala for Juventus

The Argentine departed Juventus as a free agent after the last campaign and is currently looking for a new team ahead of a new season.

A forward who can operate as a nine, a winger on the right, and a center attacking midfielder. Inter appears to be ahead in the battle to recruit the midfielder and will present a direct rivalry for both Premier League teams.

According to a recent story from FC Inter News through The Peoples Person:

“The Old Trafford outfit have phoned the Argentina international’s representative and have asked to be kept abreast of Dybala’s summer plans in a bid to gauge his interest in a move to the Premier League.”


“The in-demand star has other suitors after his signature, with Inter Milan thought to be in pole position and Arsenal also looking at striking a deal. Inter’s financial issues might open the door for United if they push for his signature.”

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