Manchester United are believed to have made an approach to Juventus to sign prize striker Paulo Dybala, according to reports in Italian publication Calciomercato.
Dybala, who only joined Juve from fellow Serie A side Palermo last summer, has been one of the division’s standout performers so far this term.
His form this season has already attracted the attention of the likes of Real Madrid, Barcelona, Arsenal and Chelsea, but it is now believed that United have acted to make the first move in order to get a jump on their transfer rivals.
The report claims that United have approached the Serie A champions, but they, understandably, aren’t keen on selling and have slapped a £77.8million price tag on his head in a bid to deter any potential suitors from making a move.
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