Manchester United could land the stunning transfer of Juventus star Paolo Dybala this summer – provided two things happen.
According to Daily Mail , the Serie A side are willing to sell the Italian provided they receive an offer somewhere between £70m and £90m with United believed to be interested.
But Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will reportedly only pursue a move for the Argentinian attacker if Paul Pogba or Romelu Lukaku leave in big-money summer moves.
Lukaku has been the subject of bids from Inter Milan, but they are so far yet to meet United’s valuation of the striker, whilst they are holding out for a huge fee for Pogba to try and fend off Juventus and Real Madrid .
If either of those players depart, Solskjaer is keen to reinvest in Dybala and could land his man for the right price.
Paris Saint-Germain and Inter Milan are amongst those also reported to be keen on the 25-year-old.
The playmaker experienced a tough season in Turin after the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo , and Ronaldo is the only player Juventus believe cannot be sold for any price.
His role under new manager Maurizio Sarri is still unclear, but he could try to transform Dybala into an out-and-out goalscorer.
Despite United’s interest, Dybala is reports in Italy suggest he is keen to stay at Juventus.
After considering his future, he is planning a meeting with Sarri next week to discuss his role and outline his determination to fight for his place and prove his worth.
He wants to become a central figure of the Juventus project again, but if they decide they want to sell him he might have to entertain interest from elsewhere.