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Paulo Dybala's agent has been in talks with Manchester United this weekOle Gunnar Solskjaer conceded not long ago that he would seize the opportunity to sign Paulo Dybala if the Juventus forward wound up accessible to Manchester United.

Dybala, 25, is at present thinking about a transition to United in a venturesome swap bargain which would see Romelu Lukaku, 26, head the other way to Turin.

Not long ago, Dybala's specialist got a trip to London to talk over close to home terms with United. The aggressor just overseen five class objectives for Juve last term and has played second fiddle to Cristiano Ronaldo since the Portuguese's entry from Real Madrid.

Dybala is purportedly requesting a compensation of £10m-a-year after assessment to join United which would make the Argentinian one of the most generously compensated players in the Premier League.Solskjaer wouldn't preclude a move for Dybala following United's pre-season prevail upon Kristiansund and a portion of the Norwegian's remarks – from a meeting back in March – have reemerged which have helped fuel the theory.

Addressing Norwegian digital recording Fotballklubben about United's exploring system, Solskjaer clarified: 'We have scouts looking… however in the event that you state that we need a bogus nine, at that point we don't have to scout Lionel Messi or Dybala.

'You don't should be a scientific genius to state that, "We'll take him!"'Though Solskjaer would apparently take Dybala instantly, the forward himself is supposedly yet to be persuaded over a transition to Old Trafford.

Dybala is resolved to be at a club vieing for significant trophies and United's inability to meet all requirements for the Champions League may demonstrate decisive.The Red Devils have just marked Daniel James and Aaron Wan-Bissaka so far this late spring and Solskjaer claims the club are as yet hoping to acquire 'a crisp face or two' preceding due date day.

Gotten some information about United's accounted for enthusiasm for Dybala not long ago, Solskjaer answered: 'I'm not here to discuss any gossipy tidbits or theory about other group's players.

'Obviously we're taking a shot at a couple of cases, as I've said previously.

'There's an additional ten days before we begin the association and ideally we can declare a crisp face or two.'

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