The agent of former Juventus star Paulo Dybala is said to be talking to Manchester United regarding a move and a potential meeting could take place soon.
Dybala remains without a club following his contract expiry at the end of last month. Inter are yet to formalise their move for La Joya, as they look to sort out their finances.
Corriere della Sera today though, have reported that the Argentine’s agent continues to find a new club for him. He has scheduled various appointments in London, where United also have an office currently. And the agent is already said to be negotiating with United and the player has reduced his wage demands to €6 million per season.
CorSera : Paulo #Dybala n’a toujours pas de club. Son agent a programmé divers rdv à Londres dans les prochaines heures et discute avec Manchester #United. Le joueur a baissé ses prétentions salariales et serait prêt à signer pour 6M/an. pic.twitter.com/po6ZDhKpGP— GuillaumeMP (@Guillaumemp) July 8, 2022
Corriere della Sera have also published a column from Gianluca di Marzio on their website, with the journalist talking about Dybala’s situation further.
It is stated that the player is now getting impatient regarding his future and is looking around at the options that he may have. Italian clubs other than Inter are not willing to go beyond €4.5 million per season and the previous meeting with the Nerazzurri had the ex-Serie A champions offer €5 million per season only.
Dybala’s entourage believed that they could earn more and Inter are yet to get back to them with an improved offer. Simone Inzaghi is said to be happy with the current attacking options and Dybala will only be a luxury signing.
As a result, Dybala is now looking at other options and options from the Premier League have opened up. As the paper mention in their print edition, Di Marzio also confirms that appointments have been made in London and meetings with United can take place in the next few hours.
United though, are yet to make a final decision as to whether they want to pursue a move for La Joya in the event of Cristiano Ronaldo’s exit.