New beginning’: Man Utd is overtaking Atletico Madrid in race of signing with ‘little Messi’

March 3, 2023

According to Fichajes, Manchester United would compete with Atletico Madrid for the signing of AS Roma forward Paulo Dybala during the summer transfer window.

According to the online news source, Dybala’s contract contains a £10.5 million release clause, which has put him on Manchester United’s radar for the upcoming campaign.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s departure from the team before the 2022 FIFA World Cup gave Manchester United the opportunity to borrow Burnley striker Wout Weghorst for the remainder of the season.

In 12 games for United, Weghorst, who is regarded as a bridge forward, has contributed to just three goals. The club is presently being led by the in-form Marcus Rashford, who scored in the Carabao Cup final on Sunday as Manchester United overcame Newcastle United 2-0.

Victor Osimhen, Harry Kane, Dusan Vlahovic, Alvaro Morata, Gonçalo Ramos, and Tammy Abraham are just a few of the forwards that Man United have been linked with recently. They have also added Dybala to their list.

United is apparently considering moving for either Kane or Osimhen, who are both scoring goals this season for their respective teams, Napoli and Spurs, respectively. A proven goal scorer is United’s top target in the summer transfer window.

Man United are reportedly considering a move for 2022 World Cup champion Dybala because they view him as a less expensive alternative, though they may face competition from Atletico Madrid of Spain.

After seven years at Juventus, where he scored 115 goals and made 48 assists in 293 appearances in all competitions after joining them from Palermo in 2015, Dybala joined Roma last summer.

The Argentina attacker won four Coppa Italia trophies and five straight Serie A championships while playing in Turin.

He has established himself as a significant member of Jose Mourinho’s squad after relocating to Roma. This season, he has made 24 appearances in all competitions, scored 12 goals, and assisted seven times.