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Dybala Decision Close as Player Ponders Next Move

Paulo Dybala could be sold by Juventus
Paulo Dybala could be sold by Juventus
Agent in London to hold transfer talks between Paulo Dybala and Manchester United.
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Depending on which media outlet you read, Argentinian striker Paulo Dybala is either set to sign for Arsenal or Manchester United. The Red Devils are among those clubs who were previously linked with the Juventus man, but new manager Erik Ten Hag will have plenty of competition.

Tottenham Hotspur are still in the mix with former Juve stars Rodrigo Bentancur and Dejan Kulusevski ready to welcome their erstwhile teammate to the new White Hart Lane. England appears to be his destination but who will land one of the most sought-after strikers in the game?

Fitting in at Old Trafford

Paulo Dybala will leave Turin with a record of 115 goals in 291 appearances. It’s not the most prolific return but that’s a solid goals to games ratio in a defence-minded division such as Serie A. It’s also worth remembering that the player can feature behind the main striker.

That would appear to suit Manchester United whose lack of cutting edge has been exposed at times this season. If he were to be pushed forward as the club’s main striker, that scoring ratio may well increase.

Dybala could also reignite a productive partnership with his former Juventus teammate Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese international has hinted that he will remain at Old Trafford next season and that could be a mouthwatering prospect for Red Devils fans.

Ten Hag’s Targets

Erik Ten Hag will have a number of aims as he slots into the hot seat at Old Trafford. Manchester United have missed out on a top four finish once again and the club’s first target is to get back up into the Champions League.

United are also likely to start among the favourites to win in Europe. As soon as the 2022 finals are decided, markets for Europe’s secondary club competition Ten Hag’s men very highly.

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What Next for Paulo Dybala?

Paulo Dybala has finally confirmed what the footballing world has known for some time. The Argentinian will be leaving Juventus at the end of the season but where will he end up? The attacker certainly isn’t without options but, if you believe the current media output, England is the most likely destination.

A player of his quality would, however, attract interest from elsewhere. Germany could be a possibility with Borussia Dortmund needing to replace the departing Erling Haaland. Bayern Munich may also be in need of reinforcements if the prolific Robert Lewandowski were to leave the Allianz Arena in the summer. 

Since Dybala’s announcement, Tottenham Hotspur have come back into the frame. However, it’s hard to see where any striker fits into the Spurs’ set up. In Harry Kane, the club has one of the most prolific attackers in world football while Son Heung-Min is actually outscoring his teammate.

Manchester United, in contrast, have a need for a player of Dybala’s quality and they seem a far better fit. There’s a long way still to go but, if Paulo Dybala is coming to England, Old Trafford seems to be the most plausible destination.

Written by Thomas Hein

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