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Manchester United and Manchester City are set to go head-to-head in the race to secure the services of Juventus forward Paulo Dybala, according to The Sun.
The Argentine has become a cornerstone in Massimiliano Allegri’s side since joining in the summer of 2015, for what The Sun believe was a £23.4 million fee. He found the back of the net on 23 occasions during his debut season in Turin, and his good form appears to have caught the eye of both Manchester clubs.
As per The Sun, both United and City are in the market for a new centre-forward. The tabloid believe that Jose Mourinho is in the hunt for a long-term successor to Zlatan Ibrahimovic, while Pep Guardiola is keen to acquire a prolific strike partner for Sergio Aguero.
Dybala ticks all the boxes for both sides, but The Sun believe Juventus won’t consider any proposals under the £50 million mark. That is a figure, however, that Mourinho and Guardiola have been prepared to pay in the past to secure their top transfer targets.
The Argentine ace’s speed and skill make him a real handful to deal with. He can zip away from an opponent quickly and create space for himself to find an inch-perfect pass or get a shot off on goal.
The only real issue with Dybala’s style of play is his lack of ambidexterity. All of his league goals have been with his left foot this season, showing a reluctance to use – or shoot – with his right for as long as he can bear it.
Whilst he does score some impressive goals, curling efforts, clinical finishes and the occasional header, his reluctance to use his right boot is blatantly obvious.
The Juventus attacker’s tendency to always cut on to his left foot may concern both City and United. He scores goals, but his effectiveness may be tested when he comes up against an experienced Premier League defender who can turn him on to his right foot, away from goal.
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