Manchester United are looking to improve their attack and recent reports suggest that they are seriously interested in signing Argentine international and Juventus star Paulo Dybala.
Few days back, we covered a report (via Daily Star) claiming that the Red Devils are favorites to hire the services of the South American attacker next summer.
More recently, The Sun have come up with an exclusive report and claimed that Manchester United made a move worth 70 million pounds and also offered Henrikh Mkhitaryan to sign Dybala from the Old Lady.
However, the British source have mentioned that the Serie A champions rejected that offer as they do not want Henrikh and are looking to get a fee worth 86 million pounds ($116million) for their prized asset.
Mkhitaryan has been out of form this season and spent almost a month on the sidelines under the management of Mourinho. In 20 games (all competitions), the former Dortmund star has so far scored 2 goals and provided 6 assists.
Dyaba is one of the best playmakers around and in the current campaign, he has so far scored 15 goals and provided 4 assists in 25 appearances. In your opinion, should Mourinho meet Juve’s asking price of 86 million pounds to sign Paulo?
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