Ronaldo's exit claims have sparked a lot of speculation, one of which is that United will sign free agent Paulo Dybala.
According to Sky Sports journalist and Serie A expert Gianluca di Marzio, Paulo Dybala could make Manchester United his new home.
Speaking of Dybala's future, Di Marzio says, "United are waiting for Ronaldo’s eventual exit to decide whether to get serious again after the (vain) attempt in 2019, when Paratici set up the exchange with Lukaku, which did not come to fruition due to the excessive financial demands of the then Juventus player."
According to Di Marzio, Dybala is currently in a position where he is willing to lower his financial demands and would be willing to sign for £100,000 per week.
Concerning transfer negotiations between Dybala's entourage and Manchester United Di Marzio revealed, "Contacts in the Premier League have been reactivated and appointments have been made in London (where United also have offices) in the next few hours."
If Dybala joins, he will undoubtedly improve United's attack. Though few openly admit Ronaldo's "departure" will be a blow to United, the prolific acquisition of Dybala could compensate for this setback. (People Person)
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