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Juventus ready to consider United for forward but on a new price tag



Paulo Dybala

Italian Serie A outfit Juventus are reported to be ready to part ways with their highly rated forward Paulo Dybala but will only do that for the right price.

English Premier League side Manchester United are known to be at the front queue of suitors for the Argentina international forward with an attempt in the summer transfer window failing.

A report claims that United are not alone in the pursuit of the star player as three other top European sides have come asking for the availability of Paulo Dybala in the past.

All of the clubs, German Bundesliga outfit Bayern Munich, French Ligue 1 outfit Paris Saint Germain and English Premier League side Man City were also reported to have been bounced by the Turin based club because of the offer they tabled which was close to the demand of the club.

However, Juventus are reported to be ready to let Paulo Dybala leave this winter window but made it clear that he will only be given out for a fee of £90 million.

It is understood that all of the suitors have the capability of meeting with the demand but United are in the front of the queue and could take up the advantage.