After loaning out Anthony Martial to Laliga Santander side Sevilla Manchester United are planning a new addition come summer transfer window, with one Serie A player already identified as the perfect solution. However premier League side Liverpool have now also set their sights on the star, and it's all set to be a tough battle.Despite failing to materialize Federico Chiesa's deal, Manchester United might as well fail again to accomplish their long-term dream of landing Juventus playmaker Paulo Dybala, since Klopp's side are already leading the race.
According to Liverpool FC News and Tuttomercato Web, Liverpool are considering making a move for Juventus star Paulo Dybala if he leaves on a free transfer in the summer.The 28 years old have his contract ending in June but the Old Lady are so reluctant on offering him a new contract extension deal, and this is a clear message that they might let him leave when his contract expires in order to help reduce wedge bill, especially now that they are planning a big January spending on Fiorentina forward Dusa Vlahovic.
The Argentine tango is being speculated by top Elite Clubs including PSG, Tottenham Hotspur, Man United and now Liverpool who have been able to submit their interest.
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