Serie A holders are prepared to offer Manchester United with the chance to sign Paulo Dybala, provided they are willing to offer Paul Pogba as part of the transfer agreement.
Pogba has been touted to head through the Old Trafford exit door this summer and reports have indicated that Juventus and Real Madrid could tussle it out for his services.
According to Gazzetta dello Sport‘s Nicolo Schira, the Bianconeri are determined to re-sign Pogba this summer and they are prepared to offer fees of between £54m-£63m with Dybala acting as a makeweight.
However, Schira has added that United don’t seem keen on the proposal and they are rather prepared to wait for suitors, who are willing to match their £134m price tag for Pogba.
At present, Juventus are unlikely to come out with an offer close to United’s valuation and that could leave Los Blancos with a clear route to land the World Cup winner.
Still, United may consider delaying any transfer move until they are assured of landing their midfield targets. Sporting’s Bruno Fernandes and Newcastle United’s Sean Longstaff have been heavily touted to join the club while Atletico Madrid ace Saul Niguez has recently emerged as an option.