Paulo Dybala set for shock move to Premier League club


Paulo Dybala Juventus Manchester United

After recent speculation over being unsettled at Juventus, Paulo Dybala could well be on his way out of the club, with a move to Manchester United pending.


Juventus have reportedly offered Dybala's services and an additional €20 million for Romelu Lukaku, with the Belgian wanting a move away to the Serie A.


Romelu Lukaku was offered to Inter initially, but they failed to match the price tag that Manchester United have put on the striker, and thus Juventus have emerged as the favourites to land the signing of the towering striker.


According to several reports, Dybala's agent is in England to negotiate on personal terms with the Manchester United officials.


This exchange for Dybala could signal a shocking move for Manchester United, with the Argentine falling out with the officials at Juventus according to several reports, despite being a fan favourite for several years.


Dybala is still only 25-years-old and has plenty of years left to grow to becoming a massive player, especially for a side like Manchester United that has struggled when it comes to end product.

Romelu Lukaku Manchester United Juventus Inter

Whilst Dybala had a mediocre season last year, scoring just five goals and assisting four more in 30 Serie A games, he has massive amounts of qualities on offer, as seen in the three seasons before last season, where ha amassed a total of 52 goals and 21 assists in just 95 Serie A games. A remarkable feat for any young attacker, especially for one that is not a natural striker.


His year last season was mainly disrupted by the fact that Cristiano Ronaldo became the team's focal point, with Dybala often having to contend with playing on the wings.


By signing for Manchester United, Paulo Dybala would be reunited with one of his best friends from Juventus, Paul Pogba, provided that the Frenchman stays at Old Trafford.


Lukaku might be a good signing for Juventus, but for the player that they are offering, as well as the fact that they are the ones giving Manchester United more money, makes this one of the most bizarre moves of the season.