Manchester United are keeping a close eye on Palermo’s £30 Million rated striker Paulo Dybala. United scouts have been present in Palermo’s matches more than one instance this season and they watched Dybala once again during Palermo’s 3-0 defeat to Inter Milan over the weekend. Dybala looks set to leave Palermo at the end of this season as relations between Dybala and Palermo’s president Maurizio Zamparini have broken down to pieces.
As per Zamparani’s assessment Dybala has been “Corrupted by bad advice” by his representatives who are after the big-money move for the talented Argentine striker. Zamparini claimed, he knew how good Dybala really is and suggested he is bing handled by the people, who are just seeing him as a tool to make big money and fill their pockets.
Zamparini went on to confirm Manchestre United’s interest in the player who is said to be wanted by all the top English clubs and Juventus. Zamparini said:
‘Dybala is worth over €40m but I won’t sell him until June. Many foreign clubs asked after him, including Manchester United.
‘I told the English side that he is not for sale right now, but we can talk about it again in six months. In my view, he is the best striker in Europe at the moment.
Palermo’s president claims, Dybala is one of the best strikers in Europe and is tipped to be the next Sergio Aguero. United have been following Dybala closely with their scouts constantly watching the magnificant striker who has scored 11 goals in 21 Serie A apperances this season.
Manchester United have received a major boost in Dybala’s chase with these comments, but will be wary of Zamparini’s strong desire of keeping Dybala in the Serie A. Zamparini said, he would rather prefer Juvents to make a bid for Dybala instead of Manchester United.
Manchester United are looking to sort their non-scoring strikers issue. With Wayne Rooney playing in midfield, Radamel Falcao and Robin Van Persie have failed to bang in goals for fun for the Red Devils and the 21-year old Dybala is seen as the perfect player to bring in to Old Trafford. Dybala’s transfer fee will not be a problem as United will have a further 150 Million to spend to build a strong squad at Old Trafford.
Paulo Dybala has already been scouted on more than one ocassion by Manchester United scouts, furthermore with palermo’s president Zamparini claiming United’s interest in the player and a possible talk during the summer, United fans can be braced for new Sergio Aguero to lit up Old Trafford.
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