Manchester United are looking to bolster their attack to ease the pressure on Romelu Lukaku and with Zlatan Ibrahimovic most likely to leave in summer. Recent reports suggest that they are seriously interested in signing Argentine international and Juventus star Paulo Dybala.
The Sun have come up with an exclusive report and claimed that Manchester United made a move worth 70 million pounds and also offered Henrikh Mkhitaryan to sign Dybala from the Old Lady.
However, the British source have mentioned that the Serie A champions rejected that offer as they do not want Henrikh and are looking to get a fee worth 86 million pounds ($116million) for their prized asset.
Dybala has 15 goals and four assists in 25 competitive games this season. He can play anywhere in the attacking third but naturally he is a secondary striker. The Argentine international forward has been left out of the Juventus team for the last three league matches in a row. Those matches have included the huge Serie A games against Inter Milan and Roma.