MANCHESTER UNITED have reportedly received a huge boost in their striker search regarding Paulo Dybala.
The Red Devils lost Cristiano Ronaldo in December but brought in Wout Weghorst on-loan to bolster their forward line.
However, boss Erik ten Hag is looking to bring in a new striker this summer and has identified Napoli’s Victor Osimhen as his No1 target.
They have also been linked with a swoop for Harry Kane, who became Tottenham’s record-goalscorer last weekend.
And this week they have allegedly added Roma’s ex-Chelsea forward Tammy Abraham to their transfer wishlist.
However, now a fresh claim could see them go back in for former target Dybala.
The 29-year-old Argentina international was wanted by United last summer before he eventually joined Abraham at Roma on a free from Juventus.
He put pen to paper on a three-year deal with the Giallorossi that earns him £5million per season, including bonuses.
He then stated that it was a personal discussion with Roma manager Jose Mourinho, previously the boss at Old Trafford, that convinced him to move to the Italian capital instead.
But Sport have claimed that part of his package there included a clause that would allow him to leave for just £106m this summer.
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And that could reignite United’s interest as they look to recruit a new frontman for the long-term.
Dybala rose to stardom upon moving to Juventus from Palermo in 2015.
The ace amassed a total of 115 goals and 48 assists in 293 appearances throughout his seven-year stint in Turin.
He also won five consecutive Serie A titles and was part of the team that made it to the 2017 Champions League Final.
So far this season he has scored seven goals in 15 top-flight matches for Roma.