Manchester United has emerged as a possible destination for Juventus midfielder Paulo Dybala, who is also being pursued by FC Barcelona.
Juventus is poised to cash in on Paulo Dybala, according to Calciomercato. The Serie A giants seem to be fed up with the attacker's injury issues, and with his contract set to expire at the end of next season, a move away from Turin may be on the cards.
It has alerted a number of clubs, including Manchester United, FC Barcelona, and Atletico Madrid, with United being singled out as a big contender due to Juventus' intention to sign Alex Telles. Could he reunite with Messi at club level?
Following the massive deterioration of Alex Sandro, whose contract also expires in 2023, the Bianconeri are reportedly keen on bolstering their left-back.
Juventus are attempting to take advantage of the situation by suggesting a swap deal between Telles and Dybala, who may be an intriguing choice for United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who is looking for a new striker to replace Anthony Martial, who has an uncertain future at the club.
Dybala, on the other hand, would prefer to move to Barcelona, where he would be reunited with his national teammate. There could be a lot of attacking vacancies in Catalonia, particularly with players like Francisco Trincao and Philippe Coutinho's futures at Nou Camp uncertain.
Messi himself will not be there for long, as his wages have created a major headache for the club's management. It could pave the way for Dybala to emerge as one of Barca's most important offensive assets.