Paulo Dybala, a forward for Roma, is thought to be a target for Manchester United this summer. After just one year in Rome, the Red Devils are said to be planning to activate his release clause and sign him.
GOAL says that several Serie A clubs are interested in Dybala and may make a summer move for him. Additionally, clubs outside of Italy have named Manchester United as one of their potential suitors.
According to the report, other European clubs will need to pay £11 million to activate the Argentine’s release clause, while interested Serie A clubs may have to pay £18 million to secure his services.
The Red Devils have also been talked about moving for Dybala in the past, but they haven’t signed him yet. After seven seasons with Juventus, the Argentine international made a free transfer to Roma just last summer.
He has played for them in 26 different competitions, scoring 12 goals and assisting on eight others. After the current season, Dybala’s Roma contract will have two years left on it.
Paulo Dybala was as of late tested about his future. He stressed that he is currently focused on producing results for Jose Mourinho’s team, but he refused to rule out a departure from Roma.
We’ll definitely talk about this later. My future is now, and I believe we can elevate Roma to their full potential. I have no idea what will transpire in the future. He stated, “The next games are the most important things.”
It’s wonderful to assist the team. We are fighting for a Champions League spot, which puts us in a good position. Because there are so many great clubs, it’s hard. We are optimistic about the Europa League, even though it won’t be easy. I hope to contribute to the team’s continued success.
The Serie A standings currently have Roma in fourth place.
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