BREAKING NEWS:🚨 coming from Fabrizio Romano, Manchester United have reportedly pulled off a “coup” by signing Paulo Dybala on a two-year deal. The Italian press are said to be “Dybala crazy” over the signing, with the player expected to earn £200,000 per week. Dybala is thought to be a “statement signing” for United, and will add further firepower to their already impressive attack. The Argentine is a proven goalscorer. Manchester United’s ‘Coup’ – Paulo Dybala Agrees to £200k-a-Week Deal at Old Trafford – Italian Press Go ‘Dybala Crazy”.


In 2019, Manchester United missed out on signing Paulo Dybala, a regret they may now rectify as the World Cup winner emerges as a potential solution to their £201 million problem position. Remarkably, former United manager Jose Mourinho has endorsed Dybala, further fueling speculation about the Argentine forward’s future.

During Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s tenure at Old Trafford, United attempted to acquire Dybala, but he opted to remain in Serie A despite interest from Tottenham at the time. However, rumors surrounding Dybala’s potential departure from Roma have resurfaced, hinting at a desire for a new challenge after over a decade in Italy.

Mourinho, now managing Dybala at Roma, has spoken highly of the versatile forward, describing him as a talented player capable of representing the world’s biggest clubs. Dybala’s impressive performance at Roma, contributing 31 goals and 15 assists in 64 appearances across competitions, including helping secure the Europa Conference League under Mourinho in 2022, adds weight to Mourinho’s praise. Notably, Dybala has excelled in various positions, including as a No.10 and on the right-hand side, addressing potential gaps in United’s squad.

United’s lack of depth at No.10 for Bruno Fernandes, coupled with Marcus Rashford and Alejandro Garnarcho’s preference for the left flank, highlights the need for Dybala’s versatility. Despite United’s significant investment in right wingers since missing out on Dybala, his adaptability and effectiveness from that position, evidenced by his five goals from seven games this season, make him an enticing prospect.

With Dybala entering the final year of his contract, his potential acquisition represents a cost-effective opportunity for United and other interested clubs. While past high-priced signings have not always yielded desired results for United, Dybala’s availability for a relatively modest fee, which was as low as €13 million (£11 million) in January, suggests he could provide significant value and impact on the pitch.

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