Manchester United are preparing to raid Juventus again with another big money swoop – this time for £155 million Argentinian Paulo Dybala.
The Italian giants have revealed 23-year-old Dybala is in charge of his own destiny as he has no release clause in his contract.
And although Barcelona are expected to attempt to sign the South American superstar next summer, United transfer negotiator Ed Woodward has made it clear to Dybala’s management team that, if he does decide to quit Juventus, Jose Mourinho wants him at Old Trafford.
United, however, face strong competition from Barcelona and Camp Nou is the Argentine’s preferred destination.
Juventus are said to be open to selling the 23-year-old, who has no release clause in his contract, which expires in the summer of 2022.
United took Paul Pogba from Juventus fourteen months ago in a then world record £89million deal since surpassed by Neymar’s £196million move from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain.
The player has made a superb start to the current campaign with 10 goals in six league matches.
The Argentine netted twice in Juve’s 4-0 win over local rivals Torino on Saturday.
In December, the argentine admitted he remains in contact with Pogba, who made the £89 million move from Juve to Manchester United over a year ago.
Culled from Mirror
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