For the past few hours premier League side Manchester United has been highly linked with a move to Juventus free agent Paulo Dybala, as many reports claims that he is the perfect replacement for linked-away Ronaldo, but now things have been well explained.Despite strong speculations that Paulo Dybala is only few steps from being Manchester United's next new signing and Tyrell Malacia due to misunderstood Ronald's situation, close sources have finally dig deeper into this matter and reveal that the Red devils only prioritize seducing CR7 to join the team before the pre-season traveling which starts this Friday, meaning there is no Dybala deal getting closer.
According to close outlets United paper and Tyrone Marshall, Ronald's situation is worrying but the club still remains keen on keeping him rather than signing Dybala.Ronaldo is there days late from returning and there is no guaranteed assurance on when he will return due to wedge weekly wedges quarrel with the club, but there is still hope of fixing everything as soon as Friday.
On the other Latest transfer news from Old Trafford is that the Red devils have leapfrog Arsenal in the deal for Ajax defender Lisandro Martinez, since everything is well discussed between the two parties and it's only a matter of final paperwork left before Martinez becomes the Red devils next 2022 new summer signing.
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